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AMBULANCE 


FIRE 


KWAJALEIN 


82222 


83333 


ROI-NAMUR 


222 


333 


MECK 


222 


333 


ILLEGINNI 


222 


233 



SECURITY 

84444 
444 
444 
244 



OFFICIAL 



THIS PUBLICATION IS THE PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES 
GOVERNMENT. DISTRIBUTION IS LIMITED TO ACTIVITIES AND INDIVIDUALS 
LOCATED ON OR ADJACENT TO THE INSTALLATION WHO RECEIVED THEIR 
SERVICE FROM THE POST TELEPHONE SYSTEM AND TO OTHER OFFICIAL 
USERS ON AN INDIVIDUAL REQUEST BASIS. 



KWAJALEIN MISSILE RANGE 



COMMANDING OFFICER (SSC-RK) 
DUTY COMMANDER (SSC-RKE) 



OFFICE OF ADJUTANT (SSC- RKE-A) 

CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION (SSC-RKE-C) 
SECURITY OFFICE (SSC-RKE-S) 



TRUST TERRITORY LIAISON (SSC-RKE-O) 
LOGISTICS SUPPORT OFFICE (SSC-RKL) — 



CONSTRUCTION 8 UTILITIES DIVISION (SSC-RKL-C) 

SUPPLY 8 PROF. SVCS. DIVISION (SSC-RKL-S) 

TRANSPORTATION DIVISION (SSC-RKL-T) 

RANGE OPERATIONS OFFICE (SSC-RKT) 



COMMUNICATIONS DIVISIONS (SSC-RKT-C ) 

INSTRUMENTATION 8 SUPPORT DIVISION (SSC-RKT-I) 

RANGE OPNS.S SCHED. DIVISION (SSC-RKT- R) 

SAFETY OFFICE (SSC-RKS) 



FLIGHT SAFETY DIVISION (SSC-RKS-F) 

GROUND SAFETY DIVISION ( SSC-RKS- G) 

INDUSTRIAL SAFETY DIVISION (SSC-RKS-I) - 
SAFEGUARD OPERATIONS OFFICE (SSC-DTF-K) 



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8- 
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- 140 I 
-1402 
-14 19 

- 1304 
-2 I 09 

-2 (03 
-2 100 

-3777 

-337 I 
-3400 

-\4 15 
-2111 

-I 596 
-I 369 

-15 16 
-1493 

- I 36 I 

- I 340 
-142 I 



WARNING: The Telephone Is Not A Secure 
Means Of Communication. Matters Of A Classified 
Nature Should Not Be Discussed Over The Phone. 
All Circuits Are Subject To Communication Secur- 
ity And Communications Management Monitoring 
At All Times. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



KWAJALEIN MISSILE RANGE DIRECTORY 

SERVICE NUMBERS 

EMERGENCY NUMBERS 

ABBREVIATIONS 

SECTION 1 - GENERAL INFORMATION 

TELEPHONE SERVICE INFORMATION 

VOICE PRIORITIES 

TELEPHONE CHARGES 

SIREN WARNING SYSTEM - MORATORIUM 

DISASTER PLAN 

WATER SAFETY MAPS - KWAJ. , HOI. MECK L ILLEGINNI 
SECTION 2 - ORGANIZATIONAL LISTINGS 

HQTRS, KMR PERSONNEL & OTHER MILITARY UNITS 
BELL TELEPHONE LABORATpRIES & RELATED CONTRACTORS 
GLOBAL ASSOCIATES 
KENTRON HAWAII, LTD. 
KIERNAN RE-ENTRY MEASUREMENTS SITE 

MARTIN-ZACHRY CONSTRUCTORS & RELATED CONTRACTORS 
OTHER CONTRACTORS & AGENCIES 
ROI-NAMUR 

^NYLABEGAN, GUGEEGUE & MECK 
TTJ.EGINNI 
ATOLL MAP 
SECTION 3 - MISCELLANEOUS 

CLASSIFIED - KWAJALEIN 

MECK 6 MID -ATOLL ISLANDS 

MID-ATOLL ISLANDS 

ROI-NAMUR 

ILLEGINNI 
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC MAP 
ISLAND MAPS 

BOAT, BUS & FLIGHT SCHEDULES 
HOURS OF OPERATION - KWAJALEIN 



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PAGES 59-62 



PAGES 63 - 65 



ROI-NAMUR 



SECTION 4 - PERSONNEL LISTINGS 
BACHELOR QUARTERS 



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PAGES 67-88 



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SERVICE NUMBERS 



INFORMATION -TELEPHONE- 8 1212 



AIR TERMINAL 

ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES 
BAGGAGE 



RESERVATIONS { CONTINENTAL/ AIR MICRONESIA) 
RESERVATIONS (MAC) 



RESERVATIONS ( ROI-NAMUR ANDMECK) 
BILLETING OFFICE, GLOBAL ASSOCIATES 



BUILDING AND GROUND MAINTENANCE, GLOBAL ASSOCIATES 

DISASTER CONTROL CENTER (WHEN ACTIVATED) - 

COMMUNICATIONS REPAIR SERVICE (RADIO, PA SYSTEMS, TELETYPE) 
RADAR TROUBLE REPORTING 

TELEPHONE SERVICE, KENTRON HAWAII Ltd. 
CHIEF OPERATOR 



INFORMATION OPERATOR 

TELEPHONE DIRECTORY SERVICE (LISTING a CHANGES) 

LOCATION OF BURIED TELEPHONE CABLE 

LONG DISTANCE SERVICE — 



TELEPHONE REPAIR SERVICE! 

ILLEGINNI(WECO) ^-*- 

KWAJALEIN 

MEC K ( WECO) ' '—— 

ROI-NAMUR- ! 



(IF NO ANSWER) 



TAXI SERVICE 
TIME OF DAY 



TROUBLE DESK (UTILITY REPAIRS), GLOBAL ASSOCIATES 

WRECKER SERVICE—— 

AFTER HOURS — 



-83589 
-83540 
-82660 
-82169 
-83589 



-83450 

-83518 

-83838 

-81319 

-83215 

-81127 
-81212 

-81125 
-81123 
- "0" 



-76211 
-811 II 
-77200 

-99312 
-8111 I 



-83341 
-844 1 1 

-83550 
-83558 
-83354 



Keep Your Telephone Information UP TO DATE 
Whenever Changes Occur In Your Organization 
And Personnel Listings 



PLEASE CALL 81125 



EMERGENCY NUMBERS 



AMBULANCE 



KWAJALEIN 
MECK 



ROI-NAMUR 
ILLEGINNI 



HOSPITAL (FIRST AID) 



KWAJALEIN 
MECK 



FIRE 



ROI-NAMUR 
ILLEGINNI _ 



KWAJALEIN 
MECK 



SECURITY 



ROI-NAMUR - 
ILLEGINNI _ 



KWAJALEIN 

MECK 

ROI-NAMUR 
LLEGINNI 



OFFICER OF THE DAY 



(Published In The HOURGLASS Newspaper Or Call) 



EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL- 
NIGHT CALLS 



82222 
77222 

99222 
76222 



82224 
77404 
99325 

76254 

83333 

77333 
99333 

76233 



99444 
77444 

76244 
821 19 



83473 
821 19 



OR 



DIAL OPERATOR IN ANY EMERGENCY 



KWAJALEIN 
MECK 



ROI-NAMUR 
ILLEGINN 



"0" 

"80" 

"80" 



U 



80 



II 



3 






ABBREVIATIONS 



A/C 

AEC/SL 

AFC 

AFRS 

ALCOR 

ALTAIR 

AMELCO 

ARPA 

ATCO 

AT-LIL 

BCB 

BNL/AEC 

BOH 

B AND R 

BTL 

CAL 

Ck 

CPS 

crypto/rps 

OCAA 
DCS 
FAA 
FPS-20 

FUEL FARM-POL 

GMT 

GSK 

mth/hh 

IBM 
IRO 
KMP 
KMR 

KREMS 

MDAC 

MIT/LL 

MM 

MPS 

MSDP 

HSR 

Mac 

NWS 

PBFQ 

PCC 

PDR 

PRESS 

RCA 

ROC 

ROTI 

SAFCTF 

SAFOPS 

SAFSEA 

SAMTEC 

SDR 

SEM 

SKRS 

SSC 

SYL 

TACAN 

TRADEX 

TT 

TTR 

WECO 

WIP 

WU 



AIRCRAFT 

ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION/'SANDIA LABS 

AREA FREQUENCY COORDINATOR 

AMERICAN FORCES RADIO STATION 

ARPA LINCOLN C-BAND OBSERVABLE RADAR 

ARPA LONG-RANGE TRACKING & INSTRUMENTATION RADAR 

AMERICAN ELECTRIC COMPANY 

ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY 

AIR TRAFFIC COORDINATING OFFICE 

ATLAS -L ILL IE COMPANY 

BATTERY CONTROL BUILDING 

BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LABORATORY/ATOM* ! ENERGY COMM 

BANK OF HAWAII 

BURNS AND ROE 

BELL TELEPHONE LABORATORIES 

CORNELL AERONAUTICAL LABORATORY 

CORPS OF ENGINEERS 

CENTRAL POLICE STATION 

REGISTERED PUBLICATIONS SECTION 

DEFENSE CONTRACT AUDIT AGENCY 

DEFENSE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM 

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION 

FIXED RADAR SEARCH 

PETROLEUM OIL LUBRICANT 

GREENWICH MEAN TIME 

GENERAL STOCK KWAJALEIN 

HONEYWELL/LINCOLN LABORATORY 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES 

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS OFFICE 

KWAJALEIN MEASUREMENTS PROGRAM 

KWAJALEIN MISSILE RANGE 

KIERNAN RE-ENTRY MEASUREMENTS SITE 

MC DONNELL DOUGLAS ASTRONAUTICS COMPANY 

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY/LINCOLN LABORATORY 

MARTIN MARIETTA CORPORATION 

MOBILE RADAR SEARCH 

MISSILE SITE DATA PROCESSING 

MISSILE SITE RADAR 

MARTIN ZACHRY CONSTRUCTORS 

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE 

PACIFIC BARRACKS, FOREMEN'S QUARTERS 

PRESS CONTROL CENTER 

PACIFIC DINING ROOM 

PACIFIC RANGE ELECTROMAGNETIC SIGNATURE STUDIES 

RADIO CORPORATION OF AMERICA 

RANGE OPERATIONS CONTROL 

RECORDING OPTICAL TRACKING INSTRUMENT 

SAFEGUARD CENTRAL TRAINING FACILITY 

SAFEGUARD OPERATIONS OFFICE 

SAFEGUARD SYSTEMS EVALUATION AGENCY 

SPACE AND MISSILE TEST CENTER 

SPLASH DETECTION RADAR 

SITE ENGINEERING 6c MAINTENANCE 

STATION KEEPING RADAR SYSTEM 

SAFEGUARD SYSTEM CONTRACTORS 

SYLVANIA ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS 

TACTICAL AIR COMMUNICATIONS & NAVIGATION SYSTEM 

TARGET RESOLUTION & DISCRIMINATION EXPERIMENTS 

TRUST TERRITORY 

TARGET TRACKING RADAR 

WESTERN ELECTRIC COMPANY 

WORK IN PROCESS 

WESTERN UNION 



SECTION 1 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

The Kwajalein Atoll is presently served by four telephone exchanges. The island of Kwaialein 

"hHw 3 , " : 9an are SerVSd by the *™i*M* Telephone Exchange. Telephone numbers 
of the Kwaiaiein Exchange are prefixed with 8. illeginni numbers are prefixed by 76 TeT 
With 77, and Ror-Namur with 99. All telephone numbers will comprise five digits! 
WHEN DIALING OR USING PARTY LINE SERVICE 

1. Please use extreme courtesy and cooperate with your fellow subscriber. 

2. Make certain that all instruments are not off the hook. 

3. Make certain you have the correct number. 

4. Lift the receiver, make certain that the line is not in use. 
ringing signal, or voices, you know the line is in use. 

5. if you are talking and another party comes on the line, let him know, in 
that the line is in use. 

^fo rl^w " Se ° f telep h0n ** ; * U Pe«onn 6 l should immediately relinquish the party line when 
informed that an emergency exists. * 1,ie wnen 

TO DIAL THE OTHER PARTY ON A PARTY LINE 

busv^onf e th^ G f ° ne ^^ °I! thG ^^ llne aS y ° Ur Ph ° ne ' dial the "»i^d number, listen for 

the riTaV T 9 UP ^ Ph ° nS - BOth Y ° Ur ph ° ne and the *> hone number «"** will ring. When 

rxnging stops on your phone you may assume that the phone number called has been answered 



If you hear dialing clicks, the 
a courteous manner, 



the called party does not answer, remove your phone from the cradle and the ring- ng wi 

Should further explanation be required, call 81111. ngmg win stop. 

Pa^v i?r d SerVlCe ° n ! f rty u line de P ends on the cooperation of all subscribers on that line. 
f^L^l^* *!! ***!* t0 * co ?^» to in «**»• ■*•*» P^nes, so as not to interfere wrth 



If 



the service of others, 
be terminated. 

OPERATOR AND OVERSEAS CALLS 
To dial the operator from: 

Kwajalein telephones 
Roi-Namur telephones 



^f conti^ua j harassment or service abusg ^ curs. fc«1 - phone «rtfi. fffl w j] i- 



Dial "0" 
Dial "80' 



Meek telephones Dial "80" 
llleginni telephones Dial "80" 



Overseas cal ad b y the switchboard operator. Calls will be handled by the priority 

in which they are booked. Bookings 



specified (see Section 1, for priorities) and in the order 

for official calls will be accepted only from persons authored 

Communications Officer. 



by lists provided by the KMR 



TIME ZONES AND AREA CODES 



mQ q 



KWAJALEIN HAVHAH 




MASS. 



401(111.) 

G0NH 
518 
212 (HXC) 
201 

'902 (DEL.) 
02 (HASH. DC) 



ALASKA IS IN THE SAME TIME ZONE AS HAWA 
* ADO I HOUR FOR DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME 



«■ 



REQUEST FOR TELEPHONE SERVICE 

For uso of this form, seo AR 105-23? the proponent agency 

is Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Cpmrnumcotiorts-Electronics 



TO: 



KMR Telephone Exchange 
SSC Bldg. 



INSTRUCTIONS 

Fill out and submit all copies to the 
Post Signal Office to arrive three days 
prior to the date service required. 



MAIN LINE 



EXTEN£ION!S> 



KEY(S) 



TELEPHONE NO 



DATE SERVICE REQUIRED 



28 February 1973 



NAME AND TELEPHONE NUMBER OF PERSON WITH EXACT 
LOCATION KNOWLEDGE 



Doe # John 



8-5683 



INSTALL 



XX 



REMOVE 



MOVE 



SPECIAL REQUESTS. WORK DETAILS. ADDITIONAL DIRECTORY AND NAME CHANGES, ETC. 



INSTALL MAIN TELEPHONE LINE IN TRAILER 450 , for John Doe 



Employed by 



Business Phone 



P.O. Box 



(If requester lives in Bachelor Quarters, give names of other occupants 
who desire Telephone Directory listing, giving all above information,) 
This space also to be used for cable, special circuits, or other 
necessary installation information . 



PRESENT LOCATION OF EQUIPMENT 

Wall -kitchen 



PRESENT DIRECTORY listing (Hq, Div, Br, Sec) 

Smith, Jack 



PROPOSED LOCATION OF EQUIPMENT 

Same - 



PROPOSED DIRECTORY LISTING 

Doe, John 



CLASS OF SERVICE DESIRED 

2-party, one-party if available 



TOTAL TELEPHONES AT ACTIVITY CONCERNED 

one main, extensions if desired 




CHARGES 



MON FHLY CHARGES 



NONRECURRING 
CHARGE 



CONTRACT AUTHORIZATION 



CONTRACT NUMBER 



RENTED SERVICE C. S. A. 
NUMBER 



MAINTENANCE SERVICE C, S A, 

NUMBER 



REMARKS 






3 






CABLE 



PAIR 



TERMINAL NO. 



WIRE CHIEF 



CHIEF OPERATOR 



SERVICE ORDER CLERK 



DA- ---11-154 



LOCATION 



WORK COMPLETED BY 



ACCOUNTS CLERK 



DIRECTORY CLERK 



BUILDING 



1 ST PAIR 



DATE DUE 



X CONN 



Q 

(li- 
ly 
5 oj 

fc* 

Ho 

en 



DATE COMPLETED 



EQUIPMENT USED 






*uua 



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REPLACES DA FORM 11 154 1 DEC 60 EXISTING SUPPLIES OF WHICH 
WILL OE ISSUED AND USED UNTIL 1 DEC 62 UNLESS SOONER EXHAUSTED, 



SECTION I 

TELEPHONE INSTRUCTIONS 



L . GENERAL 

a. Regulations governing use and installation of telephones are contained in the appropriate 
Department of Defense Directives and KMR Regulations. 

b. The telephone equipment at this installation has been installed primarily for the purpose 
of transacting official business. Quarters and unofficial telephones are considered secondary. 
Telephone installation, repair, and service are based on this concept. 

c. During certain missions, (SAFEGUARD, APOLLO, etc.), telephone communications to and 
from Kwajalein Missile Range will be restricted/reduced due to the use of available circuits for 
support of the applicable mission. Periods of reduced or restricted communications (Minimize/ 
Moratorium) will be announced in the Hourglass and broadcast over APRS. The cooperation of all 
Island residents is required during these special missions. Be advised that during all SAFEGUARD 
Missions, all incoming and outgoing calls are monitored by tape recordings. 

2, CLASS OF SERVICE 

a, PARTY LINE SERVICE - Telephone service for quarters is normally two-party service. 
Two-party service consists of two quarters being serviced by the same telephone line. Separate 
telephone numbers will be assigned to each telephone. Ringing will occur only on the telephone 
being called. 

b. PRIVATE LINE SERVICE - Private line service will be provided for all official or business 
areas with access to all telephone service. Private line service will provide one telephone 
number on one line. Private line service in the residential area is restricted at KMR due to the 
limited telephone cable (s) facilities, and can only be provided within the capability of the 
particular cable (s) servicing the area. In the event that cable facilities in an area become 
saturated, an official letter from Chief, Communications Division, KMR, will be sent to users 
where private line service will be terminated to fulfill official or business requirements. The 
following policy will be followed in order to prevent saturation of cable facilities. 

(1) Only one telephone line to any residence. 

(2) No private telephone service without approval of Chief, Communications Division, KMR. 

(3) No private lines or extensions in BQ's. BQ telephones will be standard 
wall mounted installations. 

3. REQUEST FOR SERVICE (DA 11-154) SEE SAMPLE COPY ON OPPOSITE PAGE 

a. Requests for telephone service, residential or business, will be submitted by respective 
organizational administrative service branches on a DA Form 11-154. These forms are available 
from the KMR Telephone Exchange - SSC Bldg. - Kwajalein - Phone 81125, 

Requests will consist of one of the followingi 

(1) New Installations - new telephone and number. 

(2) Re-Installations - phone presently installed - assignment of a new number. 

(3) Relocation - moving a phone and existing number to another location. 

(4) Disconnect - discontinue service on a phone or one number. 
Requests will be forwarded to: 

Kwajalein: KMR Telephone Exchange, SSC Bldg ., Kwajalein. 

Roi-Namur: Kentron Hawaii Ltd., Communications, Roi-Namur, 
All requests must be completed in full, incomplete requests will be returned . Requests must be 
provided three days prior to the date service is desired. For information concerning service on 
Meek, call 77200. A copy of the Request for Telephone Service (DA 11-154) will be provided 
Global Associates at Kwajalein and Roi-Namur for necessary accounting purposes. 

b. Organizations planning a modification to their existing telephone usage are requested to 
enlist the assistance of Support Services Supervisor (81ib0) to assure chat service can be provided 
on dates desired and ail necessary information is available. Drawings of desired telephone loca- 
tions are helpful. In the case of a relocation, the existing telephone location is mandatory. 

c. when the requests involve quarters or residential telephone service, it is necessary that 
a time of day be specified for access to the premises. installation and repair functions will be 
conducted from 0730 hours until 1630 hours, Monday thru Saturday. 

d. Extension telephones are not authorized in the bachelor dormitories or BQ's. Extensions 
degrade the quality of the primary user. All improperly installed extension telephones will be 
removed . 

e. Requests for business/residential/BQ telephone service (DA 11-154) should be signed/ 
countersigned by the responsible person to assure correct billing/collection by Global Associates 
Finance Section. 

f - Users requesting cable pairs, special circuits, or any related Central Office Support must 
also use the DA 11-154 and must provide all covering information. No verbal work requests will be 
accepted unless the work required is of an urgent nature, such as immediate mission and/or range 
support; but even then, a written request must be sent within two working days. 



DIRECTORY SERVICE 



a. Telephone directory personnel listings are maintained by the Telephone Exchange, 
indicating business and residential telephone numbers. 

b. in order to maintain current directory service, all units losing or gaining personnel 
will instruct the individual responsible for telephone listings in that area to immediately 
notify the Telephone Directory Clerk (8112 5) of changes or corrections to their directory list- 
ings. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF EACH INDIVIDUAL TO IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY DESIGNATED PERSONS, 

or the Telephone Directory Service, of required changes to their directory listings. 

c. Each organization is responsible for keeping its organizational telephone listings 
complete and accurate. All changes, additions or deletions must be submitted in writing to 
the Kentron Hawaii, Ltd. Directory Clerk, KMR Telephone Exchange, SSC Bldg., Telephone 81125. 

5. STANDARDS OF SERVICE 

a. Telephone personnel are instructed to be uniformly courteous. Similar consideration 
on the part of the subscriber will be an incentive to superior service. Subscribers should 
not reprimand or enter into unnecessary conversation with telephone installers or operators. 
Service complaints should be referred to the Kentron Operations Support Supervisor (81133). 

Appropriate corrective action is assured. 

b, Service will be more efficient if telephone subscribers will cooperate by consulting 
the directory for correct numbers before dialing. 



6. RESPONSIBILITIES OF SUBSCRIBERS 

a. The control of official calls is the responsibility of each section and/or division 

chief. 

b. Telephone subscribers are responsible for the proper use of equipment. UNDER NO CIR- 
CUMSTANCES WILL SUBSCRIBERS HOVE, ALTER, PLACE ATTACHMENTS ON, OR MAKE ADDITIONS TO TELEPHONE 
EQUIPMENT OR CIRCUITS. Newly installed switching equipment is not compatible with some older 
station equipment and may result in service interruptions. Unauthorized equipment will be 
confiscated until proper ownership is determined. 

c * Special telephones (Antique, Princess, Ericophone ) can be used if subject equipment 
has been thoroughly checked by the Kentron Hawaii, Ltd. Telephone Section (Telephone Repair- 
81111) . Labor charges for the repair and/or installation will be billed to the responsible 
individual through Global Associates- Normal monthly charges will prevail. 

7. CONFERENCE CALLS AND TRANSFER OF CALLS 

a. Conference calls can be provided for local and overseas parties by the telephone 
switchboard operator (Dial "O"), For additional information concerning conference calls 
phone 81127. 

8. PERSONAL TELEGRAPH SERVICE 



a. There are no commercial facilities such as RCA, Western Union, etc., on Kwajalein. How- 
ever, the KMR Communications Center does have access to commercial telegraph service in Honolulu, 
Hawaii. All personal telegrams sent or received on Kwajalein are via military circuits and are 
handled on a non-interference basis after official message traffic. Each resident should notify 
those persons from whom they expect telegrams that the Kwajalein address for telegrams is 

his name and geographical location NOT the APO. Example: John Doe, Kwajalein, Marshall Islands , 
Telegrams sent to our APO San Francisco 96555 will be sent by mail from San Francisco. it is 
recommended that your organization name also be included. This will expedite the delivery of 
telegrams after they are received at Kwajalein. 

b. Cost of telegrams: The cost of personal telegrams is based on the number of word; 

of telegram, and destination. 



Is , type 



Rates for Telegrams are as follows 

Continental United States (CONUS) 
Night Letter (letter telegram) 
Straight Wire 

Qahu, Hawaii 

Night Letter (letter telegram) 

Straight Wire 



$ . 13*5 per word 
. 27 per word 



. 03 per word 
.06 per word 



22 word minimum 
7 word minimum 



22 word minimum 
7 word minimum 



All Other Islands, State of Hawaii 

Night Letter (letter telegram) .09 per word 

Straight Wire ,18 per word 

Confirmation of delivery 1.75 per telegram 

c. Personal telegram service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

mation on charges to specific locations and limitations, call 81569 or 81549. 



20 word minimum 
5 word minimum 



For further infor- 



8 



d. Telegrams must be delivered, paid for in cash, and picked up at the KMR Communicatipns 
Center (Bldg. 1008) at the message pick-up window. Money orders, collect telegrams, and cre- 
dit cards will not be accepted; nor is it possible to send or receive money via telegrams, 

9 . EXCAVATING 

a. To verify the location of existing telephone buried cable, call 81111. A qualified 
man will determine if cable facilities are in the vicinity of the planned excavation and if so, 
relocation will be coordinated. Cooperation will result in minimizing unnecessary service 
interruptions • 

10. LONG DISTANCE CALLS (KMR Reg. 105-3) 

a. Official calls are classed as either operational or administrative and may be origi- 
nated by the KMR Military Command or civilian contractors. Lists of those persons authorized 

to originate overseas telephone traffic will be submitted to chief, Communications Division, KMR. 
Authorization lists will be subject to approval by the Chief* Communications Division, KMR, 
Only those individuals listed will be allowed to book calls for overseas. Other persons 
will be required to have calls booked by the authorized representative of their organization. 

b. In view of limited available telephone circuits (1 circuit to Hawaii and 2 circuits 

to the mainland) it is necessary that all calls on HF circuits be restricted to no longer than 15 
minutes. The telephone operators have been advised to inform all customers of this res trie- 
tion. The wholehearted cooperation of all KMR tenant users is requested, 

C. Personal calls: Personal calls of an absolute bonafide emergency only, will be accep- 
ted during normal duty hours. A bonafide emergency will be construed as one of the following: 

(1) A death, a serious accident or serious illness involving a member of the imme- 
diate family. 

(2) Other incidents where the heads of organizations will verify an emergency. 

d. in all cases, emergencies must be verified by a member of the various organizations 
who is authorized to approve long distance telephone calls. 

e. Personal calls other than those of an emergency nature as outlined above WILL NOT 
be accepted during normal duty hours. These calls will be accepted on a non-interfering 
basis after duty hours and weekends. 

f. Personal calls to the mainland must be placed on a collect basis and may be either 
person-to-person or station-to-station calls. No authorization is required to place these 
calls. 

g. Personal calls to Honolulu are handled through the operator at the Military Joint 
Overseas Switchboard in Honolulu and are accepted as traffic permits. These calls do require 
authorization by a duly a uthorized company represen tat ive who is authorized to approve long 
distance calls , ~ **" 

h. All outgoing as well as incoming official calls have priority over personal calls. 
Personal calls are subject to immediate pre-emption upon receipt of an official telephone call. 

i. In addition to the telephone circuits listed in Paragraph 10b, KMR presently has ad- 
cess to two (2) voice circuits (AUTOVON) to the CONUS via the Defense Satellite Communication 
System. The AUTOVON circuits are presently restricted to official telephone calls and are 
not to be utilized for personal phone calls . 

j. Long distance telephone calls originating from Kwajalein are routed via a high- 
frequency radio path, therefore voice quality is not always as efficient as that experienced 
on a hardwire path, if difficulty is experienced, the KMR operator should be advised. 

k. It must be emphasised that due to our limited facilities, abuse of the above stated 
policy could result in total loss of this service . The cooperation of all concerned is 
solicited. 

11- MONITORING TELEPHONE CONVERSATIONS 

a. Conversations will not be monitored by stenographic or other personnel except in 
special cases when monitoring of a specific telephone conversation is requested by one of 
the parties to the call. However, the conversation will not be monitored without the other 
party or parties to the conversation being aware that the call is being monitored. 

b. All secretarial personnel will be informed that no teltohone conversations will be 
monitored without specific, affirmative instruction for each specific telephone call. 

c. Conference telephone calls among more than two parties are permissible with the 
consent of all parties concerned. 



12 



BOOKING OF CALLS 



a. Long distance calls will be completed in the order and priority in which they are 
received by the operator. For priorities, see page 11, Section 1. The 



assist you in booking calls* 

13. COLLECTION OF UNOFFICIAL TELEPHONE CHARGES 



operator on duty will 



a. 



individuals subscribing to unofficial telephone service will make their reimbursement 
to the U. S. Government in accordance with current prescribed charges. Payment will be made to 
the Global Finance Office on the first of each month. For telephone charges, see page 12, 
Section 1, in this directory. 



LONG DISTANCE RATES TO THE U.S. MAINLAND 
RATES SHOWN ARE THOSE IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1970 



STATESIDE 
RATES 



PERSOM-TO-PEftSOH 
DAY (7:00 AM - 5:00 PM) 
NIGHT (5:00 PM - 7:00 AM) & ALL 
DAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY 



STATION- TO - STATION 
DAY (7:00 AM - 5:00 PM) 
NIGHT (5:00 PM - 7:00 AM) & ALL 
DAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY 





ZONE I 
CALIF, IDAHO, NEVADA 



O REGON, U TAH, WASH 
* H&BTes 



$7,80 
6.90 



$3.90 
3.00 



PERSON-TO-PERSON 



DAY AND NIGHT 
SUNDAY 



*4 



At 



$1,30 
1.00 



$1,30 
1.00 



ZONE Z 
ALL OTHER STATES 
EXCEPT ALASKA. 



TOsT 

3 MINUTES 



$9.30 
8.10 



$4.65 
3.45 



3 MINUTES 



not nrowr^rra|RAL~Exc i st^a x 



I 0,50 
8.2 5 



3F 



AL 



$1.55 
1.15 



$1.55 
1.15 



TaTTT 



^Stfi 



2.30 
2.00 



KWAJALE1N 

0000 
0100 
0200 
0300 
0400 
0500 
0600 
0700 
0600 
0900 
1000 
1100 
1200 
1300 
1400 
1500 
1600 
1700 
1800 
1900 
2000 
2100 
2200 
2 300 
2400 



HAWA || 

0200 

0300 

0400 

0500 

0600 

0700 

0800 

0900 

1000 

1100 

1200 

1300 

1400 

1500 

1600 

1700 

1800 

1900 

2000 

2100 

2200 

2300 

2400 

0100 

0200 



CALIFORNIA 1 

0400 
0500 
0600 
0700 
0800 
0900 
1000 
1100 
1200 
1300 
1400 
1500 
1600 
1700 
1800 
1900 
2000 
2100 
2200 
2300 
2400 
0100 
0200 
0300 
0400 



HUNTSVILLE 



iSI 



0600 


0700 


0700 


0800 


0800 


0900 


0900 


1000 


1000 


1100 


1100 


1200 


1200 


1300 


1300 


1400 


1400 


1500 


1500 


1600 


1600 


1700 


17 00 


1800 


1800 


1900 


1900 


2000 


2000 


2100 


2100 


2200 


2200 


2300 


2300 


2400 


2400 


0100 


0100 


0200 


0200 


0300 


0300 


0400 


0400 


0500 


0500 


0600 


0600 


0700 



mamm 

1200 
1300 
1400 
1500 
1600 
1700 
1800 
1900 
2000 
2100 
2200 
2300 
2400 
TOMORROW 0100 
0200 
0300 



0500 
0600 
0700 
0800 
0900 
1000 
1100 
1200 



*ADD 1 HOUR FOR DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME 



10 



/ 



SECTION I 

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE VOICE PRIORITIES 



This revised 



1. Effective 1 September 1963 the revised DOD priority system is in effect on a world-wide basis, 
precedence system, is applicable to all telephone communicntions within the Department of Defense. 

2. The revised precedence system is designed to provide personnel of the Department of Defense with a uniform system 
of priorities which will meet economical restrictions and be compatible with the telephone precedence systems already in 
use within NATO and the Office of Emergency Planning. 

3- The revised telephone priority system depends upon the cooperation of the authorized user. The user mud: be 
familiar with the purpose to be served by each precedence category and the types of calls which may be assigned the 
respective precedences. Application of the precedences will depend solely upon the subject to be discussed and the 
circumstances involved. Rank or position of the user will not be the determining factor as to assignment of precedence 
category. 



NUMERICAL 
CATEROGY OP 

PRECEDENCE 



MILITARY 

HBEBC-'^fxce 
DESIGNATOR 



TRANSMISSION PRE-EMPTION 



APPLICATION 



FLASH 



Has precedence over any 
other telephonic call of 
lower precedence , Pre- 
empts lower precedence 
calls* May be pre-empted 
by the application of the 
FLASH OVERRIDE capability 
available to: (l) Presi- 
dent of the US, Secretary 
of Defense, and Joint Chiefs 
of Staff; (2) Commanders of 
Unified and Specified Commands 
when declaring either Defense 
Condition One or Defense 
Emergency; (3) CXNCNQRAD 
when declaring either Defense 
Condition One or Air Defense 
Emergency. 



Flash Precedence is reserved for alerts, warnings 
or other emergency actions having immediate 
bearing on national, command, or area security, 
(e.g. Presidential use; announcement of an alert; 
opening of hostilities; land, air, or sea catas- 
trophes; intelligence reports on matters leading 
to enemy attack; potential or actual nuclear 
accident or incident; implementation of services 
unilateral emergency actions procedures, etc.) 



S 



BMEDIATE Has precedence over any other 

telephonic call of lower 
precedence. Pre-empts lower 
precedence calls . 



Immediate Precedence is reserved for vital communi- 
cations; (l) having an immediate operational effect 
on tactical operations, (2) which directly concern 
safety or rescue operations, {3) which affect the 
intelligence community operational role. (e.g. 
initial vital reports of damage due to enemy action; 
land, sea, or air reports which must be completed 
from vehicles in motion such as operational 
mission aircraft; intelligence reports on vital - 
actions in progress; natural disaster or widespread 
damage; emergency weather reports having an 
immediate bearing on mission in progress; emergency 
use for circuit restoration, use by tactical command 
posts for passing immediate operational traffic, etc.) 



3 



PRIORITY Has precedence over any other 

telephonic call of lower prece- 
dence. Pre-empts lower precedence 
calls. 



Priority Precedence is reserved for calls which 
require prompt completion for national defense 
and security, the successful conduct of war, 
or to safeguard life or property, which do 
not require higher precedence, (e.g. reports 
of priority land, sea, or air movement; 
administrative, intelligence, operational, or 
logistic activity calls requiring priority 
action; calls that would have a serious impact 
on military, administrative, intelligence, 
operational, or logistic activities if handled 
as a ROUTINE call.) "Normally, PRIORITY will 
be the highest precedence which may be assigned 
to administrative matters for which speed of 
handling is of paramount iiaportance ." 



RCKJT3 M 



Has no precedence over any 
other call and is handled 
sequentially as placed by the 
calling party. No pre-empt . 



Routine Precedence is reserved for all other 

official communications. 



When using the AUTOVON System . 
KMR users are subject to pre- 
emption. Usually a "beep" sound 
will be heard, but not in all cases, 
If in doubt, flash the operator. 



11 






SECTION I 

TELEPHONE CHARGES 



EFFECTIVE 1 OCTOBER 1969 



DESCRIPTION 
RESIDENTIAL AND BQ ' S 

RESIDENCE, PRIVATE LINE 

RESIDENCE, 2-PARTY LINE 

EXTENSION 

MOVES (MAIN LINE OR EXTENSION) 

SWITCH, OFF AND ON (EXTENSION ONLY) 



MONTHLY 


INSTALLATION 


CHARGE 


CHARGE 


$ 5.75 


$ 2.00 


4.31 


2.00 


1.25 


1.50 




1.50 


.70 


1.00 



BUSINESS (COMMERCIAL CONTRACTORS, BANKING FACILITIES, CONCESSIONAIRES & 
OTHER BUSINESS FIRMS) 



MAIN LINE 

EXTENSION 

BUZZER (EACH) 

PUSHBUTTON (EACH) 

GONG 

SWITCH (TWO-WAY) 

S WI TCH ( THREE -WAY) 

EXTENSION BELL 

SPECIAL EQUIPMENT 

TYPE 87, 3-HOLD BUTTON, 3 -LINE 

TYPE 88, SPEAKERPHONE 



$ 13.00 
2.90 

.35 

.35 
1.05 

.70 
1.05 

.50 



$ 4.00 
7.10 



$ 3.00 
1.50 



1.00 



1.00 



I0A1 KEY TELEPHONE SYSTEM WITH CONFERENCE EQUIPMENT 

20.50 PLUS $2.00 FOR EACH 
LINE EQUIPPED WITH 

CONFERENCE EQUIPMENT 
SECRETARIAL ANSWERING UNIT IN SIX (6) LINES 6.45 



SECRETARIAL ANSWERING UNIT IN TEW (10) LINES 
DIAL INTERCOM SYSTEM - 10 TO 18 LINES 
CALL COMMANDER - 12 BUTTONS OR MORE 



10,00 

1.00 PER LINE 
15,00 



OTHER (PERSONNEL SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS, VOLUNTARY ASSOCIATIONS OF INDIVIDUALS, ETC 
PRIVATE LINE $ 10.00 $ 3 . 



CHARGES FOR TELEPHONE SERVICES INSTALLED OR DISCONNECTED DURING THE MONTH WILL 
BE PRORATED ON A 30 DAY BASIS. 

12 



SECTION I 

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE VOICE PRIORITIES 

1. Effective 1 September 1965 the revised DOD priority system is in effect on a world-wide basis. This revised 
precedence system, is applicable to all telephone communications within the Department of Befense. 

2. The revised precedence system is designed to provide personnel of the Department of Defense with a uniform system 
of priorities which will meet economical restrictions and be compatible with the telephone precedence systems already in 
use within NATO and the Office of Emergency Planning, ^ 

3. The revised telephone priority system depends upon the cooperation of the authorized user. The user mu<t be 
familiar with the purpose to be served by each precedence category and the types of calls which may be assigned the 
respective precedences. Application of the precedences will depend solely upon the subject to be discussed and the 
circumstances involved. Rank or position of the user will not be the determining factor as to assignment of precedence 
category. e 



NUfrSERICAL 
CATEROGY OF 

PRECEDENCE 



MILITARY 

PRECEDENCE 
DESIGNATOR 



TRANSMISSION PRE-EMPTION 



APPLICATION 



FLASH 



Has precedence over any 
other telephonic call of 
lower precedence. Pre- 
empts lower precedence 
calls. May be pre-empted 
by the application of the 
FLASH OVERRIDE capability 
available to: (l) Presi- 
dent of the US., Secretary 
of Defense, and Joint Chiefs 
of Staff ; (2) Commanders of 
Unified and Specified Commands 
when declaring either Defense 
Condition One or Defense 
Emergency; (3) CINCNORAD 
when declaring either Defense 
Condition One or Air Defense 
Emergency. 



Flash Precedence is reserved for alerts , warnings 
or other emergency actions having immediate 
bearing on national * command, or area security, 
(e.g. Presidential use; announcement of an alert j 
opening of hostilities; land, air, or sea catas- 
trophes; intelligence reports on matters leading 
to enemy attack; potential or actual nuclear 
accident or incident; Implementation of services 
unilateral emergency actions procedures, etc.) 



BWBDIATE Has precedence over any other 

telephonic call of lower 
precedence. Pre-empts lower 
precedence calls. 



Immediate Precedence is reserved for vital communi- 
cations; (l) having an immediate operational effect 
on tactical operations, (2) which directly concern 
safety or rescue operations, (3) which affect the 
intelligence comimmity operational role. (e.g. 
initial vital reports of damage due to enemy action; 
land, sea, or air reports which must be completed 
from vehicles in motion such as operational 
mission aircraft; intelligence reports on vital- 
actions in progress; natural disaster or widespread 
damage; emergency weather reports having an 
immediate bearing on mission in progress; emergency 
use for circuit restoration, use by tactical command 
posts for passing immediate operational traffic, etc.) 



PRIORITY 



Has precedence over any other 
telephonic call of lover prece- 
dence. Pre-empts lower precedence 
calls. 



Priority Precedence is reserved for caHs which 

require prompt completion for national defense 
and security, the successful conduct of war, 
or to safeguard life or property, which do 
not require higher precedence, (e.g. reports 

of priority land, sea, or air movement; 
administrative, intelligence, operational, or 
logistic activity calls requiring priority 
action; calls that would have a serious impact 
on military, administrative, intelligence, 
operational, or logistic activities If handled 
as a ROUTINE call.) "Normally, PRIORITY will 
be the highest precedence which may be assigned 
to administrative matters for which speed of 
handling is of paramount importance. 1 ' 



W7?':;:f: 



Has no precedence over any 
other call and is handled 
sequentially as placed by the 
calling party. No pre-empt. 



Routine Precedence is reserved for all other 
official communications. 



When using the AUTOVON System . 
KMR users are subject to pre- 
emption. Usually a "beep" sound 
will be heard, but not in all cases 
If in doubt, flash the operator. 



11 



SECTION I 

TELEPHONE CHARGES 



EFFECTIVE 1 OCTOBER 1969 



DESCRIPTION 
.RESIDENTIAL AND BQ'S 

RESIDENCE, PRIVATE LINE 

RESIDENCE, 2 -PARTY LINE 

EXTENSION 

MOVES (MAIN LINE OR EXTENSION) 

SWITCH, OFF AND ON (EXTENSION ONLY) 



MONTHLY 


INSTALLATION 


CHARGE 


CHARGE 


$ 5.75 


$ 2.00 


4.31 


2.00 


1.25 


1.50 




1.50 


.70 


1.00 



BUSINESS (COMMERCIAL CONTRACTORS, BANKING FACILITIES, CONCESSIONAIRES & 
OTHER BUSINESS FIRMS) 



MAIN LINE 

EXTENSION 

BUZZER (EACH) 

PUSHBUTTON (EACH) 

GONG 

SWITCH (TWO-WAY) 

SWITCH (THREE-WAY) 

EXTENSION BELL 



$ 13.00 


$ 


3.00 


2.90 




1.50 


.35 






.35 






1.05 




1,00 


.70 




1.00 


1.05 






.50 







SPECIAL EQUIPMENT 

TYPE 87, 3 -HOLD BUTTON, 3 -LINE 

TYPE 88 t SPEAKERPHONE 



$ 4.00 
7.10 



10A1 KEY TELEPHONE SYSTEM WITH CONFERENCE EQUIPMENT 

20.50 PLUS $2.00 FOR EACH 
LINE EQUIPPED WITH 
CONFERENCE EQUIPMENT 



SECRETARIAL ANSWERING UNIT IN SIX (6) LINES 
SECRETARIAL ANSWERING UNIT IN TEN (10) LINES 
DIAL INTERCOM SYSTEM - 10 TO 18 LINES 
CALL COMMANDER - 12 BUTTONS OR MORE 



6.45 
10.00 

1,00 PER LINE 
15.00 



OTHER (PERSONNEL SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS, VOLUNTARY ASSOCIATIONS OF INDIVIDUALS, ETC 
PRIVATE LINE $ 10.00 $3.00 



CHARGES FOR TELEPHONE SERVICES INSTALLED OR DISCONNECTED DURING THE MONTH WILL 
BE PRORATED ON A 30 DAY BASIS. 

12 



COMMUNICATIONS MORATORIUM 

in connection with SAFEGUARD MISSIONS, it is mandatory that ALL overseas communica- 
tions be minimized and controlled beginning at missile lift-off and extending until 
released by appropriate authority, m order to maintain positive control, all out- 
going official calls must be approved by the Commanding Officer or the Deputy Com- 
mander. Only emergency incoming calls will be accepted by the KMR switchboard. All 
communications of a personal nature must receive the prior approval of the Chief, 
Communications Division, KMR, 82111. Amateur radio silence is imposed for the same 
period. You are reminded that in accordance with security guidelines, test results 
from SAFEGUARD Test Missions are classified. Therefore, extreme caution should be 
used during all telephone or radio conversations, 

SIREN WARNING SYSTEM 

1. TROPICAL CYCLONE OR TIDAL WAVE ALERT 

TWO SHORT BLASTS REPEATED FIVE TIMES AT TWENTY-FIVE 
SECOND INTERVALS. (SEE PAGE 14) 

2. TAKE COVER 

THREE TEN-SECOND BLASTS WITH TWENTY-FIVE SECONDS 
BETWEEN BLASTS. 

3. DISASTER 

ONE THREE -MINUTE WARBLE. EVACUATE TO SHELTERS. (SEE 
PAGE 15) 

4. FIRE 

ONE MINUTE STEADY BLAST. 

5. ALL CLEAR 

*ONE TWENTY-SECOND BLAST.(*THIS TWENTY-SECOND BLAST ALSO 
SOUNDS EACH WORK DAY AT 1800 HOURS.) (SEE PAGE 15) 
SPECIAL TEST . One ten (10) second blast - a forty (40) second nan™ a - r«tt 

13 



SECTION I 

DISASTER PLAN 

TROPICAL CYCLONE OR TIDAL WAVE ALERT 

If a Tropical Cyclone or Tidal Wave Alert is declared at Kwajalein Missile Range, persons 
on Kwajalein should act in accordance with the procedure below. 

TWO SHORT BLASTS OF THE SIRBN RE PEATED FIVE TIMES AT 25 -SECOND INTERVALS means that an 
emergency announcement will be made over radio station APRS on 1220 kcs. You will be told 
what to expect, when to expect it, and what to do about it. You should also prepare for pos- 
sible evacuation of your quarters, for short confinement in shelters and for recovery opera- 
tions, as suggested by the checklists below. Keep tuned to AFRS on 1220 kcs for information. 

Children at the Nursery or in School 

After an Alert has been declared, and if evacuation is required, all children in the 
Nursery or in school will be released in time for them to be evacuated with their families 
to shelter. 

Nursery through third grade will be released to their escorts designated on GA Form 9259 
Designated escorts will be the parent, another adult, or an older brother or sister. Children 
authorized by this Form to return to their quarters unescorted will be instructed to do so. 
GA Form 9259 must be filled out by parents when registering children at the Nursery or school. 

Grades four through 12 will be instructed to return to their quarters without an escort. 

Parents anticipating problems in picking up their children at the Nursery or school must 
make individual arrangements with Nursery or school authorities beforehand. 

Directions Before Taking Shelter 

1. Gather all loose objects from around the outside of quarters and place them inside. 

2. Clear ground floors of easily movable objects subject to salt water damage. 

3. Have all children and pets remain near home to prevent last minute search. 

4. Fill sterilized sinks and sanitary containers with fresh water for possible use during 
the recovery period. 

5. Set aside a three to five day food supply, comprising easily prepared nonperishable items, 
in your quarters for possible use during the recovery period. 

Suggestions When Taking Shelter 

1. wear comfortable, practical clothing. Shelter space will be minimal. 

2. A blanket for each family member. 

3. Special medicines required by the family. 

4. Sufficient towels, handkerchiefs, kleenex. 

5. Plastic bags for soiled baby clothes. 

6. Coloring books, crayons and comic books for children; reading material, playing cards, etc. 

7. Flashlights. 

8. Transistor radios. 

9. Put pets inside quarters? they will NOT be allowed in shelters. 

10. No alcoholic beverages will be allowed in shelters, 

11. Turn off all electricity inside quarters and turn off master circuit breakers. 

12. For tidal waves, leave all outside doors open; for a tropical cyclone, leave outside doors 
and windows partially open. 



14 



THREE -MINUTE WARBLE ON THE SIREN means that evacuation to shelters is beginning. However, 
proceed to your appropriate shelter designated below ONLY when instructed to by AFRS or the 
Security sound truck. 

TRAILER RESIDENTS will be transported by bus to shelter in the ZAR or DR Buildings. When 
so instructed by AFRS or the Security sound truck, board the nearest bus in your area, as shown 
on the Kwajalein Island Residential Area Map t section 3 of this Directory. 

ONE-STORY HOUSE RESIDENTS will take shelter in a two-story house as designated in the 
list below. Movement will be on foot, not in individual vehicles. All unoccupied two-story 
houses will be opened for use as shelters. Wooden roof quarters will not be used as shelters. 



Qtrs TQ Qtrs 



No 



No 



103 


20 3A 


104A 


219A 


104B 


219B 


105A 


205A 


105B 


205B 


202 


406A 


204A 


208A 


204B 


208B 


206A 


210A 


206B 


210B 


213A 


211A 


213B 


211B 


216A 


209A 


216B 


209B 


222A 


2 14 A 


222B 


214B 


223A 


217A 


223B 


217B 


2 24 A 


212A 


224B 


212B 


225 


203B 


226A 


207A 


226B 


207B 


227A 


102A 


227B 


102B 


228A 


2 ISA 


228B 


215B 


229A 


10 6A 


229B 


106B 


241 


406B 


401A 


457A 


401B 


457B 


40 1C 


439A 


401D 


439B 



Qtrs ^ Qtrs 
No No 



402A 


42 6A 


402B 


426B 


402C 


434A 


402D 


434B 


403A 


438A 


403B 


438B 


403C 


496A 


40 3D 


427A 


40 3E 


427B 


404A 


415A 


404B 


415B 


404C 


432A 


404D 


432B 


405A 


405B 


405D 


405C 


407A 


435A 


407B 


435B 


409A 


433A 


409B 


433B 


411A 


411B 


411D 


411C 


413A 


410A 


413B 


410B 


420A 


416A 


420B 


416B 


422A 


422B 


422D 


422D 


4 24 A 


424B 


424D 


424D 


428A 


430A 


428B 


430B 


42 9A 


431A 


42 9B 


43 IB 


4 37 A 


437B 



Qtrs TQ Qtrs 
No No 



437D 


437C 


440A 


440B 


440D 


44 0C 


441A 


443A 


441B 


44 3B 


44 2 A 


444A 


442B 


444B 


450A 


450B 


450D 


450C 


45 1A 


451B 


451D 


45 1C 


458A 


458B 


458D 


458C 


459A 


45 9B 


45 9D 


459C 


460A 


423A 


460B 


423B 


462A 


421A 


462B 


421B 


464A 


466A 


464B 


466B 


465A 


468A 


465B 


468B 


467A 


470A 


467B 


470B 


469A 


47 2A 


469B 


472B 


471A 


474A 


471B 


474B 


47 3A 


47 6A 


473B 


47 6B 


475A 


480A 


47 5B 


480B 


477A 


484A 



Qtrs TQ Qtrs 
No No 



477B 


484B 


478A 


478B 


478D 


478C 


47 9A 


45 3A 


47 9B 


453B 


481A 


455A 


481B 


455B 


482A 


4B2B 


482D 


482C 


48 3A 


48 6A 


483B 


486B 


485A 


485B 


485D 


485C 


487A 


487B 


487D 


487C 


488A 


461A 


488B 


461B 


489A 


463A 


489B 


463B 


490A 


418B 


490B 


418A 


491A 


414A 


491B 


414B 


492A 


412A 


492B 


412B 


493A 


419A 


493B 


419B 


4 94 A 


417A 


494B 


417B 


495A 


408A 


495B 


408B 



TWO-STORY HOUSE RESIDENTS will take shelter on the second floors of their hou 



aes. 



BACHELOR QUARTER AND TRANSIENT HOTEL RESIDENTS OR OCCUPANTS will take shelter on the 
upper floors of their respective quarters. Residents or occupants of one-story bachelor 
quarters will take shelter on the second floor of the Transient Hotel. 

Persons other than trailer residents may also be sheltered in the ZAR or DR Building 
if directed by the CO, KMR. 



An Officer-In-Charge and assistants will be assigned to each shelter. 
to assist you and to keep order. Please cooperate with them. 



They are there 



A registration desk will be at the entrance of the ZAR or DR Building shelter, 
any member of your family not accounted for. 



Report 



TWENTY SECOND BLAST ON THE SIREN means "All Clear". Unless instructed otherwise by your 
Officer-In-Charge, the Security sound truck, or AFRS, return to your quarters and stay tuned 
to AFRS for any further directions. 



15 






WATER SAFETY MAPS 



Swimming 



Snorkeling 
Diving 



Beefing 



Surfing 



Fishing 



Skiing 



AUTHORIZED AND RESTRIC TED AREAS FOB WATER SPORTS ON KUAJALEIN 

Area h | Area 5 



Area 1 



No-1 



No-1 



No-1 



Yes -7 



Ho 



Ye&-k 



No 



Area 2 



No-5 



No-5 



No-5 



No-5 



Nq-5 



No-5 



No-> 



Area 3 



Yes -11 



Yes-11 



Yes-11 



Yes-11 



No 

Yes -4,11 



No 



Yes 



Yes 



Yes 



Yes 



No -9 
Yes -4 



No 



No -3 



N£zi 



No-3 



Yes 



No-9 
YesU 



tee 



Area 6 



No 



No 



No 



Ye* 



No-9 



Yes -k 



Yes 



Area 7 



No-? 



No- 10 



No- 10 



Yes 



No 



Yes-T 



Yes 



Area 8 



Area 9 



Yes -8 



Yes 



Yes-8 



Yes 



Yes-8 
Yes-8 



Yes 



Yes 



No-9 



Yes 



Yes-U 



Yes -4 



No 



No 



For Further Water Safety Information, see KMR Reg. 385-9 

NOTES: 

1- Permitted in the Japanese pools only. 

2-Permitted only within rope lanes leading to ski floats 

3-By special arrangement with Small Boat Marine only. 

5 -Hot permitted when people are in the water nearby. 

5-Off limits except for official business and fishing 

in the Shark Pit. 
6-Permltted only off Echo Pier when not posted. 
7-Not permitted in the impact area of the Archery 

Range when in use. 
8-Spear fishing is not permitted within 100 yard* 

of the Emon Beach roped off area. 
9-Special Services can permit an exception when 

wind conditions warrent. 
10-By special arrangement with Small Boat Marina 

and Harbor Control. 
11-A11 activities in the shaded portion of area ; 
will be restricted during periods that the 
Small Arms or Trap Range are in operation as 
indicated by a red Range Flag 




JAPANESE 
POOLS 



16 



AUTHORIZED AND RESTRICTED AREAS FOR WATER SPORTS ON ROI-NAMUR. 
For Further Water Safety I nformation, see KMR Reg. 385-9 



Area 



1 



5 
t 



7 

T 



-1 



10 



li 



IP 



owimming 



No 



Yes 



Yes 



No- 3 



No- 3 



Yes 



No 



Yes 



No 



No 



Yes 



Yes 



Snorkel! n^ Pi vi ng 



Yes 



Yes 



Sszl 



No- 3 



No 



Yes 



Yes 



No- 3 



Yes 



No 



Yes 



No 



No 



Yes 



Yes 



M>- 3 



Reefing 



No 



Yes 



Yes 



-vurfing 



No 






Yes 



No 



Yes 



No 



Yes 



No 



No 



Yea 



V 



res 



Yes 



Yes 



Yes -2 



Yes 



No 



No 



Yes 



Yes 



No 



No 



Fi shin £ 



No-1 



Yes 



Yes 



No 



Ye 



No 



tfo 



No 



No 



No 



Yes 



No-1 



Yes 



Yes 



Yes 



Yes 



Yes 



Yes 



NOTE 1 

NOTE P 
NOTE 3 



Permitted only from Yokohama pier when not posted. 
Prohibited behind the small arms range when in use 
By special arrangement with the small boat marina. 



PACIFIC OCEAN 



^kiinft 



No 



No 



No 



Yes 



No 



No 



No 



No 



No 



n 



o 



No 



No 




N 



LAGOON 



17 



ROI-NAMUR 



; 









AUTHORIZED AND RESTRICTED AREAS FOR 
WATER SPORTS ON MECK ISLAND 



Syi mming 



Snorkeiing 



Diving 



Reefing 



Surf in 



£ 



Fishing 



Ski in* 



Area 1 



Ye s-1 



Yes- 



Yes 



Yea 



TJo 



Yei 



No 



Area 2 



NOTE 1 - Provided there are no work 
boats operating in the area. 
For further Water Safety Information 
see KMR Reg, 385-9 




MECK 



18 




19 



ILLEGINNI 



SECTION 2 

HEADQUARTERS KMR PERSONNEL 
8 OTHER MILITARY UNITS 



COMMANDING OFFICER 



COL Jesse L. Fishback 81401 

Secretary 81403 

DEPUTY COMMANDER 

LTC R. A. Ehlert 81402 

ADJUTANT 

MAJ D. C. Wilson 81419 

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPERVISOR 

MSG R. D. Burton 81414 

MAIL ROOM 

Mr. L. Belarmino (Classified) 81411 
SSG B. L. Ford (Unclassified) 8l411 

CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION 

Mr. T. V. Kennemer 81304 

Mr. J. J- Fitzpatrick 81304 

LEGAL ADVISOR 

^CPT J. P. Manning 81431 

OPERATIONS OFFICER 

CPT D. T. Morgan, Jr. 81432 

SECURITY OFFICE 

SECURITY OFFICER 

MAJ W. Jeffers 82109 

INDUSTRIAL SECURITY SPECIALIST 

Mr. L. Smith 82110 

SIGNAL OFFICER 

MAJ J. A. Glasscock 82111 

TRUST TERRITORY LIAISON OFFICER 

Mr. R. E. Haley 82103 

CHIEF, LOGISTICS SUPPORT OFFICE 

LTC R. Day 82100 

CONSTRUCTION & UTILITIES DIVISION 
CHIEF 

Mr, L. J, Cormack 83777 

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER 

Mr. H, H. McClellan 83777 

MAINTENANCE & UTILITIES 
ENGINEER 

Mr. W. F. Beierle 83778 

GENERAL ENGINEER 

Mr. E. F. Johnson, Jr. 83777 

SUPPLY & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DIVISION 
CHIEF 

Mr. T. W. Welsh 83 371 



GENERAL SUPPLY OFFICER 
Mr. W. R. Gibson 

FOOD SERVICE TECHNICIAN 

CW3 W. R, Meridieth 
SPECIAL SERVICES SPECIALIST 

Mr. J. E. Reichert 
COMMUNITY SERVICES OFFICER 

Mr. F. D. Folette 



83371 
83372 
82181 
83372 



TRANSPORTATION DIVISION 
CHIEF 

Mr. C. C. Curtis 83400 

AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALIST 

Mr. C. J. Leto 83480 

MARINE SPECIALIST 

Mr. S. Loeb 83421 

AIRCRAFT SPECIALIST 

Mr. C. A, Reed, Jr. 83770 

TRAVEL MOVEMENTS SPECIALIST 

Mr. T. Lucero, Jr. 83440 

CHIEF, RANGE OPERATIONS OFFICE 

LTC L. w. Clement, Jr. 81415 

COMMUNICATIONS DIVISION 

MAJ J. A. Glasscock 82111 

INSTRUMENTATION & SUPPORT DIVISION 

Mr. E. K. Taylor, Chief 84112 

Mr. F. L. Covington 84113 

Mr. L. Hanks 84111 

Mr. M. Pool 82036 

Mr. R. L. Williams 84111 

Mr. T. S. Tippit 81596 

OPERATIONS & SCHEDULING DIVISION 

MAJ F. C. Lawler, Chief 81369 

R&D COORDINATORS 

MAJ M, J. Lawn 81369 

CPT D. A. Coombe 81523 

1LT J. w. Sloans 83472 

CHIEF, SAFETY OFFICE 

LTC F. H. Dunagan 8151o 

MAJ D. S. Oberg 81516 

FLIGHT SAFETY DIVISION 

MAJ R. A. Tilton 81493 

CPT T. D. Woods 84841 

Mr. E. T. Hunt 83841 

Mr. A. D. Beaver 84841 

GROUND SAFETY DIVISION 

MAJ M. D. Terry 81361 

CPT J. A, Powell 81361 

Mr. F. W. Thomason 8347 3 

Mr. J. T, Pfitzer 83473 

Mr. E. W. Shirley 83473 

INDUSTRIAL SAFETY DIVISION 
industrial Safety Officer 

Mr. G. S. Leach 81340 



20 



SAFEGUARD OPERATIONS OFFICE (SAPOPS) 

CHIEF 

LTC H. E. Stubbs 81421 

OPERATIONS & SCHEDULING SECTION 

MA J R. L. Wendt 81422 

CPT C R. Hutcheson 81423 

CW2 CD. Hancock 81423 

Mr. J. W. Camp 77428 

ENGINEERING SECTION 

Mr. M. H. Foster 81422 

Mr. D, C. Benson 77428 

Mr. J. V. Davis 7742S 

Mr. L. N. Moore 81423 

CW4 A. Nunes 81423 

CW3 G. V. Sippert 77428 

SAFEGUARD CENTRAL TRAINING FACILITY 

(SAFCTF) 



CPT J. E. De La Cruz 
CW2 G. R. Lilly 

PICATINNY ARSENAL REPRESENTATIVE 

Mr. L. J. Di Paima 

Pica tinny Arsenal TM Van 

SAFSEA KWAJALEIN FIELD OFFICE 



81458 
77458 



81423 
81129 



Commanding Officer 
MA J John L. Hesse 

Executive Officer 

MAJ John J. Werner 

Chief, Systems Branch 

MAJ Edward P. Kelieher 

Chief, Capability Branch 
MAJ Charles E. Evans 

Administrative Supervisor 
MSG Richard K. Long 



P.O. Box 96 



81425 



81426 



77426 



812 98 



81427 



U.S. ARMY ENGINEER DIVISION, PACIFIC OCEAN 
KWAJALEIN RESIDENT OFFICE 

P.O. Box 28 

Resident Engineer 

MAJ R. 8. Cook 82187 

Assistant Resident Engineer 

Mr. J. J. Faust 82183 

Administration Branch 

Mrs. F. V. Hamilton 82156 

Materials Testing Laboratory 

Mr. G. M. S. Lum 82511 

Office Engineering Branch 

Contract, Mrs. D. M. Smith 82217 
Civ. Engr., Mr. D. L. Hirst 82151 

Supervision & Inspection Branch 

Chief, Mr. J. J. Faust 82183 

Project Offices 

Illeginni 76219 

Kwajalein 82187 

Meek 77582 



AIR FORCE SPACE & MISSILE TEST CENTER 
(SAMTEC) p.o. Box 1742 



LIAISON OFFICE 

LTC R. P. Wetzel, Chief 



U.S. COAST GUARD 
Loran Station, Ebeye 



LTJG D. D ah linger 



81379 



P.O. Box 21 



Radio 81365 



21 



SECTION 2 

BELL TELEPHONE LABORATORIES, INC. AND 
RELATED CONTRACTORS 



BELL TELEPHONE LABORATORIES, INC 

KWAJALEIN FIELD STATION DIRECTOR 
Mr. E. P. Felch 

Secretary 



P.O. Eox 38 



81501 
81502 



SERVICE OPERATIONS 
Head 

Mr. J. T. Stepp 
Secretary 
General Services Supervisor 

Mr. J. A, Bressi 8132b 

Plant Operations & Maintenance Supervisor 

Mr. W. R. Bruce 81548 

Plant Engineering Supervisor 

Mr. P. g. Blanchard 81260 

Public Relations Supervisor 

Mr. R, g. Benson 81503 



81511 
81512 



Accountability Control Station 
Secret Material 
Gov't. Property 
Audio Visual Aids 
Automobile Service (Repair) 
Billeting Coordinator 
Blue Cross, Blue Shield Info 
Budgets and Case Costs 
Buildings and Grounds 

Maintenance 
Central Instrument Bureau 
SSC 
Meek 
Clerical Service 
SSC 
Meek 
Communications 
Telephone: 

Engineering 
Maintenance 
Switchboard 
Conference Rooms 

Reservation and Information 
Correspondence Files 
Dispensary - Meek 
Employment 
Engineering Records 
Government Property 
Household Moves 

Arrival/Departure 
Housing Assignments and Records 
Janitorial Service 
Keys and Locks 
Library 
Mail: 
SSC 
Meek 
Illeginni 



81444 
81706 
81359 
81479 
81535 
81439 
81535 

81249 

81546 
77545 

81468 
77291 



81320 

815 36 
"0" 

81430 
81448 
77404 
81468 
81448 
81706 

81706 
81535 
81249 
81717 
81225 

81441 
77275 
76269 



Master Receipt & Dispatch Center 
Meek Maintenance Shops 
Notary Services 

Kwajalein 

Meek 
Office Machines, Service 

Personnel Administration 
B&R 
BTL 
MDAC 
MMC 
RAYT 
WECO 
Photo Coordination 
Plant Engineering 
Kwajalein 
Mack 

Illeginni 
Plant Operation and Maintenance 
Kwajalein 
Meek 

Illeginni 
Porter Services 

Project Newspaper (Interceptor) 
Project Order Service 
Public Relations 
Receiving 
Reception Room 
Reproduction Services 
Safety Coordinator 
Secretarial Services 
SSC 
Meek 
Security (BTL) 
Kwajalein 
Meek 

Illeginni 
Shipping & Receiving 
SSC 
Meek 

Illeginni 
Shops 

General Machine Shop 

Carpenter Shop 

Paint Shop 

Automobile Maintenance 
Space Planning & Furniture 
Stockroom 

SSC 

Meek 

Illeginni 
Storage 

Taxi - SSC Only 
Teletypewriter (TWX) Services 
Telephone Repair Services 
Transcription 
Transportation 

Passenger - Meek 

Illeginni 

Carcro - Meck/llleginni 
Travel Service & Reservations 
Treasury Service 
Visit Clearances 
Work Center 



22 



81441 
77252 

81439 
77589 

81178 

81318 
81326 
81155 
81621 
77459 
81527 
81359 

81260 
77252 
76263 

81211 

77408 

76263 

81249 

81359 

81477 

81503 

81478 

81430 

81448 

81322 

81468 
77291 

81521 
77344 
76256 

81478 
77328 
76269 

81350 
81433 
81583 
81479 
81475 

81377 
77308 

76268 
81377 
81430 
81442 
81536 
81510 

77474 
76269 

81478 
81476 

81535 
81521 
81249 



TS C Ht! IC AL OPS RA TT ONS 



SUBCONTRACTORS 



MECK SYSTEMS AND SOFTWARE 

Ha ad 

Kg* L. Bernstein 77501 

Secretary 77502 

Weapon Systems Software Supervisor 

Mr. J. R. Bohning 77288 

Support Software Supervisor 

Mr. E. H. Lilly 77429 

Meek System Operations Supervisor 

Mr. D. E. Pelrine 77319 

Meek System Test Planning and 
Analysis Supervisor 

Mr. C, E. Stennard 77566 

MSR OPERATIONS 

Head 

Mr. E. L. Getchell, Jr. 77401 
Secretary 77402 

MSR Test Planning and Evaluation 
Supervisor 

Mr. M. R. Dungan 77217 

MSDP Equipment and Test Supervisor 

Mr. W. E. Stiles 772 39 

Drafting - Kwaj/Meck/jll 

Mr. A. J. Hickscn 81449 



MISSILE OPERATIONS 

Head 

Mr. c. E. McQueary 81506 

Secretary 81507 
Remote Launch Operations Supervisor 

Mr. D- E. Cochron 81530 
Missile Programs Supervisor 

Mr. C. M, Bailey 81538 

WESTERN ELECTRIC COMPANY.. INC. 

P.O. Box 38 
Resident Manager 

Mr. J. B. D'Aibora, Jr. 81592 
Secretary 81593 

Personnel & Administration 

M-- J. B. Scoggins 81527 

Site Construction, Communication 
lnstal. Service & Logistics 

Mr. P.. M. Lewis 82821 

TTR Engineering and Operations 

Mr. D. E. Beaulieu 81591 

Engineering Personnel Administration 
Standards, Test and Repair 

Mr, F. E. Whitehouse 77235 

Software Personnel Administration 
Test Operation & Quality Control 

Mr. G. J. Seibert 77525 



BURNS & ROE CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION 

P.O. Box 1731 
Resident Manager & Project Engineer 



Mr. P. F. Larson 
Secretary 

CORNELL AERONAUTICAL LABORATORY 
Meek Personnel 



81327 
81637 

Box 38 
77280 



81551 
81158 



MC DQNNELL DOUGLAS ASTRONAUTICS CO. 

P.O. Box 86 
Field Center Director 
Mr. J. L. Cuba 

Secretary 
Manager, Administration 

Mr. C. D. Burt 
Manaqer, Launch Operations 

Mr, w. J. Dolan 
Manager, Engineering 

Mr. K. W. Sanderson 
Manager, Operations Support 

Mr. D. Seyda 
Manager, Quality Assurance 

Mr. e. (Pete) Francesconi 



RAYTHEON 



81155 
81574 
81154 
81156 

81151 
P.O. Box 1723 



77266 
77229 



Site Manager 

Mr. J. c. Holmy 

Secretary 
Radar Supervisor 

Mr. R. M. Neighbors 77386 

Administration/Logistics Supervisor 

Mr. r. h. Glaudel 77324 

Product Assurance Supervisor 

Mr. T. M. Hill 77285 



UN I VAC 

Representative 

Mr. J. T. Jeffries 

MARTIN MARIETTA CORP. 



P.O. Box 1743 



81515 



P.O. Box 1703 



Site Manager 

Mr. H. M. Ireland 
Secretary 
Industrial Relations & Business 

Mr. G. I. Harrison 
Engineering 

Mr. J. w. Jernigan 
Operations 

Mr. R. A. Meyer 

Quality 

Mr. N. C. Head 



61625 

81627 



RCA 



Supervisor 

Mr. D. E. Beaulieu 



81621 

81623 

81166 

81622 
P.O. Box 1674 

81591 



23 



SECTION 2 



GLOBAL ASSOCIATES EXECUTIVE OFFICES P. 0. 

RESIDENT MANNER 

MR, R, L. BRYANT 

ASSISTANT RESIDENT MANAGERS 
ADMINISTRATION 

Mr, Z. T. Huckabay 

COMMUNITY OPERATIONS 

Dr. H. B, Holloway 
OUTER ISLANDS 

Mr, F, H. Serafini 
TECHNICAL OPERATIONS 

Mr, E, C, s; 
TRANSPORTATION 

Mr, M. M. Stenvera 
ADMINISTRATION 



GLOBAL 

Box 1733. 



ASSOCIATES 



83500 

83454 
8353B 
99322 
83309 
83002 



ASSISTANT RESIDENT MANAGER 




Mr. Z, T, Huckabay 


83454 


ADMINISTRATIVE & CONTRACT SERVICES 




Mr. H. K. Hauck 


83001 


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS OFFICE 




Mr. K. A. Bailey 


837 os 


MICRONESIAN ADMINISTRATION & TRAINING 


82121 


RANGE COORDINATION 




Mr. H. D, Burgess 


83564 


SAFETY 




Mr. M. Sykos 


83506 


SECURITY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 




Chief 




Mr, R. J. Buckley 


84449 


Assistant Chief 




Mr. L, H. McKee 


84448 


Administration 


82134 


Badges and Identification 


83449 


Desk Sergeant 


&L: 


En try /Exit Control 


83449 


Industrial Security/Clearances 


82134 


Investigations 


84447 


Shift Captain 


84446 


COMMUNITY OPERATIONS 





ASSISTANT RESIDENT MANAGER 

Dr. H, II. HoUoway 83538 

CLII3S, DINING AND BILLETING 
Manager 

Mr. D. R. Brydges 83337 

Assistant Manager, Billeting 

Mr. C. E. Clark 83450 

Assistant Manager, Clubs and Dining 

Mr, D. D. Westover 83337 

B. Q, Supervisor 83593 

"Crossroads"/ "Ocean View" Manager 83407 
Executive Dining Room 83409 

Illeginni Dining Room 76252 

Meek Dining Room 77578 

"Pacific' 1 Bachelor Quarters 83401 

"Pacific" Dining Room 83425 

Snack Bar 83726 

"Tradewinds" Snack Bar 83666 

"Yokwe Yuk Club" 83409 

EDUCATION 

Administrative Offices 83601 

,]lt Education Coordinator 82800 

Superintendent of Schools 

Dr. M. M. Miller 83761 

"George Seifcz 1 ' Elementary School 
Principal 

Mr. H. C, Moos 83484 

"Ivey Hall" Building 

Room 103 84715 

Room 206 84720 

Junior-Senior High School 
Principal 

Mr. K. Coble 82013 

Dsan of Students 

Mr. P. Boswell 82015 

Guidance Counselor 

Mr. R. Stepleton 82011 

Library 

Mrs- F. Matsunaga 82011 



2*. 



MERCHANDISING 
Manager 

Mr. E. J. Young 83, 

distant Manager 

Mr. P. K r Gereghty 83307 

Barber Shops 

Appointment Only 83516 

Walk In 83515 

Beauty Salon 

Mr. R. Masters 83319 

Laundry 

Mr, P. E. Hanson $% 

"Macy's" Retail Store 82143 

Mr. J. Concilio 83594 

"Macy's West" 83542 

Post Office 

Mr. J. Hanoy 83424 

Retail Office - Special Orders 83307 

"Su-Fway" Food Store 

Mr. R. Schnoor 83607 

"Ten-Ten" Store 81010 

RELIGIOUS SERVICES 
Chaplains' Offices 

Secretary 83505 

Catholic 

(Rev.) R. A. Nolan, S, J. 82116 

Night 82273 

Protestant 

Rev. E, M, Buck 83767 

Night 83724 

SPECIAL SERVICES 
Manager 

Mr, A, Danko 83331 

Bowling 83320 

Film Room 84190 

Gear Locker 83420 

Golf Course Clubhouse 83768 

"Grace Sherwood" Library 834 39 

bby Shop 83350 

"HourGlass" Newspaper 83539 

Marina 83643 

Photo Lab 83590 

Radio Station, APRS (AM & FM) 83740 

Recreation Office 83331 

Youth Director (Teen Center) 83754 

SUPPLY 
Manager 

Mr. M. Kramer 83375 

EDP Inventory 

Mr. P. E. Clark 83375 

Material Accounting 

Mr. T, Combs 83375 

Material Facilities 

Mr. K. Crabtrce 83444 

Procurement 

Mr. J. Edwards 83780 

Property Accounting 

Mr. F. McMurpliv 83412 

DATA PROCESSING 
MANAGER 

Mr. J. M, Womble 84143 

D.P. SYSTEMS k PROGRAMMING (Trailer S2783) 84144 
FINANCE 
MANAGER 

. G. L. Russell 83330 

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE /INVOICING 83373 

CASHIERS' OFFICE 83448 

COST ACCOUNTING 8T 

PAYROLL 83428 

PAYROLL, MI CRONE SI 83548 

RECORDS CONTROL 81520 

REPORTS AND REVIEW 83411 

INTERNAL AUDIT 
MANAGER 

Mr, J. A. Baker 83318 

MEDICAL/DEWTAL DEPARTMENT 
CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER 

Dr. J. H. Schaefer 82224 

CHIEF DENTIST 

Dr. R. E. Hal Il'v 82165 

PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICER 

Dr. C. L. Say lor 82224 



REGISTRAR 

Mr. R. A, Morikawa 
SANITATION OFFICER 

Mr, A, C, Sherwood 
ILLEGINNI DISPENSARY 
MECK DISPENSARY 
ROl DISPENSARY 
O UTER ISLANDS 

ASSISTANT RESIDENT' MANAGER 

Mr, f, H. Serafini 
ENNYXABEGAN 
Supervisor 

Mr. H. Hubbard 
Power Plant 
GUGEEGUE 

Supervisor 

Mr. E. Muster 
Power Plant 
ROI-NAMUR 

Administration 
Dispen- 

Mr. W. J, Dodge 
Finance 

Mr. J. Wilhite 
Microneaian Administration 

Mr. A. Lejjena 
Personnel 

Mr. C. Roberts 
SEM Superintendent 
Mr . J . Mo* 1 r-v 
Community Services 

Atoll Support Supervisor 

Mr, J. B. Redmond 
Billeting Supervisor 

Mr. E. Burr is 
General Mesa Supervisor 

Mr. W. E, Moore 
Retail Store Supervisor 
Mr. S. E. Beard 
Fire Departme.v 
Assistant Chief 

Mr. R. C. Merritt 
Information 
Maintenance and Engineering 
Power Plane Foreman 
Mr. J. H. Roberts 
Control Room 
Repair & Maintenance Section Leader 

Mr. H. G. Peterson 
Transportation Section Leader 

Mr. D, Vance 
Trouble Desk 
Work Management 
Press Work Center 
Supervisor 

Mr. G. E. To2er 
Security and Law Enforcement 
Assistant Chief 
Mr. T, .Tones 
Supply 

Supervisor 

Mr. L. Helwig 
QUALITY ASSURANCE 
MANAGER 

Mr. W. G. Norton 
AUTOMOTIVE BRANCH 
AVIATION BRANCH 
Chief Inspector 
Mr. R. Adent 
OUTER ISLANDS BRANCH 
SEM ^ AND UTILITIES BRANCH 
Chief Inspector 

Mr. R. Beals 
SUPPLY, MARINE 6= COMMUNITY OPS BRANCH 
TECHNICAL OPERATIONS 

ASSISTANT RESIDENT MANAGER 

Mr. E, C. Slma 
BTL SUPPORT 
ManagL 

Mr. M. T, Shafer 
Assistant Superintendent 

Mr. W. J. Herman 
Illeginni Supervisor 
Meek Supervisor 
ENGINEERING 

Chief Engineer 
Mr. J. Wilcox 



82150 

82163 

76254 
77404 
99325 



99322 



83526 
83471 



83497 
83358 



99325 
99360 

99240 

99363 
99331 

99272 

99271 
99368 

99369 



99334 



99302 
99574 

99361 

99365 
99284 
99361 



99225 
99317 
99200 



83532 
83558 



82596 
83532 



83470 
83344 



83309 



81249 

81249 
7626S 

77535 



82107 



FIRE DEPARTMENT 
Chief 

Mr. R. R. Ragan 
Assistant Chief 

Mr. C. R. Kaapuni 
Dispatcher 
Inspector 

Mr. H. A. Stokes 
SITE ENGINEERING AND MAINTENANCE 
Manager 

Mr. F. A. Baldwin 
Facilities Super In tendent 

Mr. A. E. Meissner 
Illeginni Maintenance 
Meek Maintenance 
Operations Super Intention t 

Mr. B. E. Wylie 
Preventive Maintenance Supervisor 
Mr. F, J. Granich 
UTILITIES 
Manager 

Mr. J. P. 0'Connell 
Power Superintendent 

Mr. J. P. O'Connell 
Water Superintendent 
Mr . £ . Loose 
WORK MANAGEMENT 
Haaayer 

Mr. J. W. Hughes 
Planning and Programming 

Mr. S. L, Cook 
Production Concrol 

Mr. W. F. Toroa 
Reproduction 
Trouble Desk 
Work Order See t ion 
TRANSPORTATION 

ASSISTANT RESIDENT MANAGER 

Mr. M. M, Stenvers 
AUTOMOTIVE 
Manager 

Mr. R. M. Harvey 
General Foreman 

Mr. E. A. Peterson 
Heavy Equipment Repair 
License Examiner 
Operations Branch 
Emergency Service 
Days (0730 - 1630) 
Nights (1630 - 2300) 
Sundays 
Taxi Service 
Service Department 
Tire Repair (0730 - 1630) 
AVIATION 
Manager 

Mr. A. M. Addy 
Assistant for Administration 

Mr. R, Runyon 
Avionics 

Mr. R. Drake 
Base Operations 
Chief Pilot 

Mr, A, Chamberlain 
Continental Airlines 

Tickets /Reservations 
Maintenance Superintendent 

Mr. T. Evans 
Passenger/Cargo Service 
Transient Aircraft Movement 
MARINE 

Manager 

Mr. J. E. McAvoy 
Boat Schedules /Information 
Carpenter 

Mr. S. KalaiM 
Engine Repair 

Mr. E. Caudlll 
Harbor Control Tower 
LCU-23 (When in port) 
Metal Shop 

Mr. 0. F. Olson 
Parts Room 
Port Captain 

Mr. H. Goebel 
Port Engineer 

Mr. E> M. Tregaskis 



83364 

83552 
83552 

82137 



83315 

83353 
76251 
77588 

83317 

83470 

83426 

81329 
82155 

82141 

82144 

82422 
82106 
83550 
83486 

83002 

84262 

83365 
82186 
82212 



82186 
83354 
83354 
83341 
83558 
83322 



83357 

s/: ,| 

83386 
82131 

82168 

82660 

83479 
83589 
82131 

83752 

83555 

83798 

82173 
83555 

82132 

93708 

82140 

83752 

82182 



93 



SECTION 2 

KENTRON HAWAII, LTD 



SITE MANAGER 

Mr. W, G. Gjertson 81611 

Secretary 82135 

ADMINISTRATION 

Group Administrative Supervisor 

Mr, J. W. Breneman 83596 

Unit Administrative Supervisor 

Mr. N- Kubota 83232 

Billeting 

Mr. J. 0' Dougherty 832 31 

Document Control 

Mrs. N. B. Cook 84730 

Payroll 

Mrs. M. B. Clark 81367 

Travel 

Mrs. D. Bennett 83446 

PERFORMANCE ASSURANCE 

Mr. B. w. Carter 81107 

Mr. b. Peabody 81108 

RANGE SAFETY 
Supervisor 

Mr, D. L. Robinson 81494 

Flight Safety 

Mr. R. A. Cassuto 81494 

Mr. F. K. Keller 81494 

Ground Safety 

Mr. W. A. Friend 84828 

SENIOR ENGINEERING SPECIALIST 

Mr, J. W. Willcox 84840 

SUPPLY 

Materials Supervisor 

Mr. N. A. Jensen 83468 

Property Administrator 

Mr. U. Lill 83792 

RANGE OPERATIONS 

Range Operations Manager 

Mr. H. L. Atkinson 83528 

Secretary 81028 

Electronic Systems 

Supervisor 82154 
Radar Supervisor 

Mr. J. C. Bartholomew 83215 

Secretary 83210 
AN/FPS-20 Search Radar/ 

Sphere Launches 99535 

AN/MPS-36 Tracking Radar 83270 

SDR #1 (Eniwetak) 77262 

SDR #2 (GaganJ 99260 

Navigation Aid 83213 
Telemetry Supervisor (Ennylabegan) 

Mr. W.E. Pattern 81436 

Ennylabegan TM Station 81616 

Gagan TM Station 99248 

Legan TM Station 77512 
Support Systems Supervisor 

Mr. J. H. Johnson 82166 

CCTV 83462 

Freq, Control & Analysis 83220 

Position Control 81380 

Timing - Countdown 83753 



26 



RANGE OPERATIONS (Cont'd) 
Launch/ordnance 
Supervisor 

Mr. George Neun 815 50 

Met Rocket Pad 813 38 

Ordnance Area 500 83 502 

Illeginni Blockhouse 76226 

Meek Blockhouse 77225 

Roi-Namur Launch Site 99121 

Photo instrumentatio n 

Supervisor 

Mr. w. E. Bunker 83496 

Secretary 83771 

Optics Supervisor 81630 

Optics Field Station 81229 

Motion Picture Supervisor 

Mr. J. A. Plichta 83772 

Photo Work Order Desk 

Mrs. N. Olson 83773 

Range Control 

Supervisor 

Mr. R, L. Sanborn 81370 

Secretary 81137 

Engineers 

Mr. K. P. Zander 84742 

Mr. R. J. Cox 84909 

Mr. I. W. Hossack 84775 

Mr. K. Jackson 81542 

Mr. J. L, Bagnall 81562 

Mr. T. Daly 81552 

Mrs. N. C, Foster 81529 

Recovery 

Supervisor 

Mr, G, R. Brumfield 84804 

Diving Locker 81460 

Diving Barge 82132 

RANGE SUPPORT 

Range Support Manager 

Mr. M. D. Pruitt 81533 

Secretary 81355 

Calibration Laboratory 
Supervisor 

Mr. P. E, Havens 82575 

Standards Laboratory 82167 

Test Equipment Stock Room 82575 

Data Center 
Supervisor 

Mr. J. E. Morris 82020 

Computer Operation 

Mr. W. K, Schultz 82030 

Math Services 

Mr. J. E. Head 82030 

Engineering 
Supervisor 

Mr. M. D. Pruitt 81533 

Support Engineering 

Supervisor, Mr. J. Heffernan 81683 
Engineers: 

Mr. L. Crossley 81684 

Mr. D. De Freytas 81680 

Mr. M. Haramon 81682 



ENGINEERING ( Cent ' d . ) 

Installation Engineering 
Supervisor 

Mr. L. L. Ridings 81661 

Engineer 

Mr- P. L. Ricci 81355 

Specialist 

Mr. M. F. Clark 81355 

Special Project Engineering 
Supervisor 

Mr. P. H. Densford 81355 

Engineer 

Mr. S. M. Meek 81355 

Systems Engineering 

Supervisor 

Mr. J. M. Lanier 81355 

Engineers 

Mr. L. B. Bright 81355 

Mr. J. C. Pennington 81355 

Mr. R. K. Tuten 81355 

Engineering Services 
Supervisor 

Mr. J, L. Shelby 84830 

Technical Writer 

Mr. T. R, Nelson 84833 

Engineering Aide 

Mr. W. C. Vernon, Jr. 84835 

Drafting 

Mr. G. Frolich 81311 



COMMUNICATIONS 

Communications Manager 

Mr. R, L, Gray 81353 

Operational Support 
Group Supervisor 

Mr. H. W« Fulton 81133 

Chief Telephone Operator 

Mrs. P. Jordan 81127 

Cryptocu s tod i an 

Mr. E. T- Gushikuma 83225 

Directory Cleric-Telephone 

Mrs. S- Shelby 81125 

Information Operator 81212 

Operations Leadman 

Mr. R. E. Butler 81549 

Base Radio 81365 

Kwajalein Comm. Center 81569 
Meek Comm, Center 77203 

ROCC Comm, Center 81165 

Roi-Namur Comm, Center 99560 
Traffic Analyst 

Mr, p. F. Valdez 81549 



COMMUNICATIONS (Cont'd.) 

Technical Support 
Group Supervisor 

Mr. E. E. Colburn 81677 
DCS Support 

Emergency Repairs 81235 

Supervisor 81661* 

*If no answer, call 81678 
Facility Support 

Mr. I. J. Blair 81000 
Satellite Earth Station 

M r - P. E. Feister 81000 
Technical Control 

Mr. G. P. Lopiccolo 8 3465 
Receiver Site (Ennylabegan) 

Mr. A. T. Yap 83557 
Transmitter Site (Gugeegue) 

Mr. R. S chafer 83325 
Terminal Support 

Mr. A. Kowlakowski 81676 
Crypto Maintenance 

Mr. M. Kennedy 83225 

Meek 77220 

Roi-Namur 99560 
Teletype Maintenance 

Mr. C. Pritchard 81900 

Support Services 

Emergency Repairs 81325 
Supervisor 

Mr. D. Brewer 81360* 

*If no answer, call 81678 
Base Support 

Mr. J. Nilo 81679 

Homing Beacon 8344 5 

Marina Radio Repair 82716 

RF Shelter 84801 

TACAN 83447 

Vehicle Radio Repair 81190 
Inside Plant-Telephone 

Mr. N. L, Young 84 321 
Cable Records Clerk 

Mrs. C. Neun 81118 
Telephone Trouble-Reporting 

81111 
Outside Plant-Telephone 

Mr. L. Kaawaloa 81123 

Range Communications 82127 

L-l Carrier-Kwaj . 81399 

L-600 Carrier-Kwaj. 81114 

L-600 Carrier-Meek 77448 

L-600 Carrier-Illi. 76220 

ROCC Comm. Console 83363 

301 Frame Room-Kwa j . 81461 
Roi-Namur Communications 

Mr* R. Pluff 99312 

RF Shelter 99674 

L-600 Carrier 99289 



27 



SECTION 2 

KIERNAN RE-ENTRY MEASUREMENTS SITE 

PROJECT PRESS 



LINCOLN LABORATORY 

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 



RCA 



P.O. Box 58 



Manager 

Mr, Carl Blake 

Associate Manager 

Or. J. Rheinstein 

Asst. Manager, Technical Operations 
Mr, J. e. Morriello 

Asst. Manager, Administration 
Mr. H. R. Gordinier 

PRESS Systems 

Dr. H. A. Bostick, Leader 
PRESS Control Center 
7094 Computer Console 
A/G/A Data Link 



ALTAIR Radar 

Mr. P. A. Ingwerson, Jr., Leader 
Mr. J. C. Henry, Asst. Leader 
ALTAIR Console 

D&DE 

Dr. R. E. Nicholls, Leader 
Dr. K. R. Roth, Asst. Leader 

TRADEX Radar 

Mr, N. F. Doner ty. Leader 
Mr. j„ h. Teele, Asst. Leader 
TRADEX Console 

ALCOR Radar 

Mr. D. M. Berne 11a, Leader 
ALCOR Console 

Administration and Logistics 
Mr. p. V. Lambert, Leader 

Kwajalein Administrative Office 
Mr. g. w. Brown 

Physical Plant 

Mr. R. w. Meeken, Plant Engineer 

PRESS Operations 

Dr. H. A, Bostick 

PRESS Security Officer 
Mr. P, V, Lambert 



99481 



99481 



99481 



99481 



99351 
99352 
99558 

99371 



99218 
99217 
99496 



99601 

99603 



99421 
99136 
99347 



99585 
99611 



99485 



81254 



99400 



99351 



99485 



Site Manager 
Mr. H, Geyer 



P.O. Box 997 



99341 



Equipment O&M Manager 

Mr. J, B. Caskey 99310 

TRADEX Program Leader 

Mr. c, j» Brown 99250 

TRADEX Programming Leader 

Mr. T. J. Burke 99134 

TRADEX Systems Engineering 

Mr. C. G. May 99135 

TRADEX Design Engineering Leader 
Mr. B. C, Stephens 99228 



PRESS Program Leader 
Mr - G. Roberts 

ALCOR Program Leader 

Mr, C. R. Tietz 

ALCOR Equipment O&M Leader 
Mr. K. W. Hargus 
D&DE 
Mr. C. A, Hobbs 

Administration Leader 
Mr. T, R. Narleski 

Logistics Leader 

Mr, w. Sandkuhler 



99553 

99586 

99587 
99632 

99362 

99575 



Kwajalein Logistics Coordinator 

Mr. D. S. Main 81254 



ARCON 



AgREX 



P.O. Box 58 
P.O. Box 58 



CONTROL DATA CORPORATION 

P.O. Box 8484 



99649 



99604 



99628 



CORNELL AERONAUTICAL LABORATORY 

P.O. Box 58 99651 



HONEYWELL 



P.O. Box 8545 



99451 



INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES 

P.O. Box 8250 99307 



RAYTHEON 



P.O. Box 8564 



99570 



28 



SYLVANIA EJJ3CTRONIC SYSTEMS P.O. Box 8320 

Manager 

Dr. T. C. Searle 99215 

Antenna & Facilities 

Mr. D. J, Balser 99237 

Material Control & Quality Assurance 

Mr. R. M. Hughes 99644 

Radar Equipment 

Mr. R. M. Hergenrother 99335 

Recording System 

Mr. R. D. Hawk 99114 

R. F. Systems & Maintenance Support 

Mr. C. R. Marnefka 99183 

Signal & Data Processing 

Mr. J. P. Corey 99469 

Site Administration 

Mr. W. M. Derby, Jr. 99315 

Systems Engineering 

Mr. G. J. Woo ley 99346 



System Programming 

Mr. J. H. Gottschalck 

ALTAI R Test Director 
Mr. F. Graham 



99t>33 



99496 



Transmitters 

Mr. E. Englisch 99673 



29 



SECTION 2 

MARTI N-ZACHRY CONSTRUCTORS 
8 RELATED CONTRACTORS 



P.O. Box 17 32 



83359 



PROJECT MANAGER 

Mr. A. J, Hanson 

ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 
Chief Engineer 

Mr. D. M. Gudzikowski 
Party Chief 

Mr, F, Gouveia 

EQUIPMENT SHOP 

Equipment Superintendent 

Mr. R. J. Secora, Jr. 
Asst. Equipment Supt. 

Mr. J. C. Wright 
Asst. Shop Supt, 

Mr. R. W. K. Chang 



FIELD 

Batch Plant & Masonry 

Mr. A. s. Horiuchi 
Carpenter Shop 

Mr. H. W. Earl 83458 

Reinforcing Steel Shop 83543 

Structural Steel Shop 
Asst. Structural Steel Superintendent 

Mr. c. W. Arruda 81384 

PERSONNEL & ACCOUNTING 
Office Manager 

Mr. F. H. Nathaniel 83417 

Assistant Office Manager 

Mr. N. Y. F. Hew 83417 

SAFETY & SECURITY 

Mr. B. H. Jordan 83463 

WAREHOUSE 

Chief Warehouseman 

Mr. H. S. Nishimura 83561 

Work Center Supervisor 

Mr. J. S. Green 83463 

OUTER ISLANDS 

Illeginni Office 76216 

Meek Office 77586 

Oraelek Office 81724 



SUB-CONTRACTORS 



AMERICAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD. P.O. Box 115 



83360 


Site Manager 






Mr. R. Ricketts 


82184 


83463 


Superintendent 






Mr. Asa Quxnn 


83530 




War ehou seman 






Mr. L. Yuen 


83530 


83351 








ATLAS-LILLIE 


P.O. Box 1213 


83351 


Project Manager 




83800 


Mr. R. Tom 
Superintendent 


83531 




Mr . C . Brock 


83660 


83355 








Warehouse 


83660 



HONDEEN COATINGS 

Superintendent 

Mr. N, Kotomori 

Warehouse 

HONOLULU ROOFING CO. , LTD 



.0. Box 219 

83389 

83369 

P.O. Box 5 5 



30 



SECTION 2 

OTHER CONTRACTORS AND AGENCIES 



AEC/SANDIA LABORATORIES 



P.O. Box 39 



Kwajalein Field Station Representative 
Mr. J. M. Baca 81131 



BANK OF HAWAII 

Branch Manager 

Mr. Richard Uyehara 



P.O. Box 7 



82177 



CONTROL DATA CORPORATION C DC P.O. Box 508 



Kwajalein Site Manager 
Mr. C. T, Brzoznowski 

Roi-Namur Site Manager 
Mr. D, E. Shaffer 



82043 



99628 



DEFENSE CONTRACT AUDIT AGENCY P.O. Box 32 



Auditor in Charge 

Mr. R, L. Mitchell 



FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION 



83345 





P.O* Box 1741 


Chief, Bueholz Tower 




Mr. Evans Bell 


83349 


Bueholz Tower 


82196 



SERVEND OF HAWAII 

Manager 

Mr. William Hal ford 



TRUST TERRITORY 

Liaison Officer 
Mr. w. Ownbey 

Secretary 

Mrs. Norma E. Ehlert 

Information 



KMR WEATHER STATION 

(National Weather Service 



Meteorologist in Charge 
Mr. j. p. 



P.O. Box 1623 

83712 

P.O. Box 12 

83600 

83o45 
83645 



Principal Assistant 
Mr. K. K. Cooper 

Supervisor, Observatory 
Mr. T. N. Newman 

Supervisor, Electronics 
Mr. T. E. McCaughan 

Electronics Shop 
Forecast Office 
Observatory 
Weather Radar 



P.O. Box 67 



81508 



82136 



83347 



83482 

83482 
82136 
83347 
83347 



31 



SECTION 2 

ROI-NAMUR ORGANIZATIONAL LISTINGS 



GLOBAL ASSOCIATES 

ASSISTANT RESIDENT MANAGER 
Mr. F. H. Serafini 



FIRE DEPARTMENT 
Assistant Chief 

Mr. R. C. Merritt 
Information 
To Report a Fire 



99322 



ADMINISTRATION 




Dispensary 




Mr. W. J. Dodge 


99325 


Finance 




Mr. j, L. Wiihite 


99360 


Marshaliese Administration 




Mr. A. Lejjena 


99240 


Personnel 




Mr. C. G. Roberts 


99353 


SEM Superintendent 




Mr. J. Mo s ley 


99331 


COMMUNITY SERVICES 




Atoll Support Supervisor 




Mr. J. B. Redmond 


99272 


Billeting Supervisor 




Mr. E. S. Burris 


99271 


General Mess Supervisor 




Mr. w. E. Moore 


99368 


Retail Store Supervisor 




Mr. S. E. Beard 


99369 



99334 
99300 
99333 



MAINTENANCE AND ENGINEERING 

Foreman, Power Plant 

Mr. J. Roberts 99302 

Control Room 99574 
Repair & Maintenance Section Leader 

Mr. H. G, Peterson 99361 
Transportation Section Leader 

Mr. D. C. Vance 99365 

Trouble Desk 99284 

Work Management 99361 



PRESS WORK CENTER 
Supervisor 

Mr. G. E. Tozer 

SECURITY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 
Assistant Chief 
Mr. T. R, Jones 

SUPPLY 

Supervisor 

Mr. L. L. Helwig 



KENTRON HAWAII, LTD. 



99225 



99317 



99200 



LINCOLN LABORATORY, MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE 
OF TECHNOLOGY, KREMS 

P.O. Box 58 

Manager 

Mr. C. Blake 99481 



Associate Manager 

Dr. J . Rheinst . 



99481 



Asst. Manager, Technical Operations 

Mr. J. E. Mornello 99481 



Asst. Manager, Administration 
Mr. H. R. Gordinier 

PRESS Systems 

Dr. H. A. Bostick 

ALCOR Radar 

Mr. D. M. Bernella 

ALTAIR Radar 

Mr. P. A. Ingwerson, Jr. 

D&DE 

Dr. R. E. Nieholls 

TRADEX Radar 

Mr. N. F. Doherty 

Administration and Logistics 
Mr. P. V. Lambert 

Physical Plant 

Mr. R. W. Meeken 

PRESS Operations 

H. A. Bostick 



PRESS Security 

Mr. P. V. Lambert 



ARC ON 



AZREX 



P.O. BOX 5i 



P.O. Box 58 



CONTROL DATA CORPORATION 

P.O. BOX 8484 

CORNELL AERONAUTICAL LABORATORY 



HONEYWELL 



P.O. Box 8545 



INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES 

P.O. Box 8250 



RAYTHEON 



P.O. Box 8564 



99481 
99351 
99585 
99218 
99601 
99421 
99485 
99400 
99351 

99485 

99649 

99604 

99628 
99651 
99451 

99307 
99570 



Communications Supervisor 
Mr. R. K. Fluff 



99312 



32 



RCA 



P.O. Box 997 



SYLVANIA ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS P.O. Box 8320 



Site Manager 

Mr. H. Geyer 99341 

Equipment O&M Manager 

Mr. J. B. Caskey 99310 

TRADEX Program Leader 

Mr. C.J. Brown 99250 

TRADEX Programming Leader 

Mr. T. J* Burke 99134 

TRADEX Systems Engineering 

Mr, G- G. May 99135 

TRADEX Design Engineering Leader 

Mr, B. C. Stephens 99228 

PRESS Program Leader 

Mr. G. Roberts 99553 

ALCOR Program Leader 

Mr. C. R. Tietz 99586 

ALCOR Equipment O&M Leader 

Mr. K. W. Hargus 99587 

D & DE 

Mr. C. A. Hobbs 99632 

Administration Leader 

Mr. T. R. Narleski 99362 

Logistics Leader 

Mr. w. Sandkuhler 99575 

Kwajalein Logistics Coordinator 

Mr. D. S. Main 81254 



Manager 

Dr. T. C. Searle 

Antenna & Facilities 
Mr. D. J. Balser 



99215 



99237 



Material Control & Quality Assurance 

Mr. R. M. Hughes 99644 



Radar Equipment 

Mr. R. M. Hergenrother 

Recording System 
Mr. R. D. Hawk 



99335 



99114 



R.F. Systems & Maintenance Support 

Mr. C. R. Marhefka 99183 



Signal & Data Processing 
Mr. J. p. Corey 

Site Administration 

Mr. W. M. Derby, Jr. 

Systems Engineering 
Mr. G. J. Wooley 

System Programming 

Mr, J. H. Gottschalck 

ALTAIR Test Director 

Mr. F. Graham 

Transmitters 

Mr, E. Englisch 



99469 



99315 



99346 



99633 



99496 



99673 



33 



SECTION 2 

ORGANIZATIONAL LISTINGS 
ENNYLABEGAN.GUGEEGUE AND MECK 



ENNYLABEGAN 

GLOBAL FACILITIES 



MECK 

BURNS & ROE 



Supervisor 

Mr, H. Hubbart 

Power Plant 



KENTRON FACILITIES 



Receiver Site 
Supervisor 

Mr, A. T. Yap 

Telemetry Sice 
Supervisor 

Mr. W. E. Patton 

Camera Station 



GUGEEGUE 

GLOBAL FACILITIES 



83526 

83471 



83557 
61368 



81436 
81331 



BTL Support Facilities 
Power Plant supervisor 

CORNELL AERONAUTICAL LABORATORY 

CORPS OF ENGINEERS 

GLOBAL ASSOCIATES 

Dining Room 

Dispensary 

Filter Plant 

Fire Station 

Repair Shop 

Security 

Shipping & Receiving 

BTL SUPPORT FACILITIES 

Air Transportation Dispatcher 

Mail Room 

Maintenance Shop 

Mechanical Equipment Room 1. 

Mechanical Equipment Room 2, 

Plant Service 

Power Plant 

Support Services 

Work Center Coordination 



77341 
77409 

77280 
77582 



77578 

77404 
77230 
77300 
77558 
77301 
77431 



77474 
77334 
77252 
77408 
77221 
77395 
77407 
77535 
77424 



Supervisor 

Mr, E- Muster 

Power Plant 



KENTRON FACILITIES 

Transmitter Supervisor 
Mr. R. Schafer 

Transmitter Building 

Photo Optics 

BC-4 Site 



83497 
83358 



83340 
83325 
82268 

82550 



KENTRON HAWAII, LTD. 

Camera Control Console 77595 

Camera Tower !. 77331 

Camera Tower 2, 77 362 

Camera Tower 3. 77 363 

CCTV 77219 

Communications - L-Carrier 77448 

Photo Optics 77 595 

MARTIN MARIETTA CORPORATION 77498 

MC DONNELL DOUGLAS ASTRONAUTICS CO. 

Office 77571 

Stock room 77538 

MARTIN MARIETTA CORPORATION 77498 

RAYTHEON 77326 

SAFSEA - MECK OFFICE 77414 



34 



SECTION 2 

ORGANIZATIONAL LISTINGS 
ILLEGINNI 



BELL TELEPHONE LABORATORIES 

Plant Operations 

Remote Control Equipment Room 

Remote Launch Equipment Tests 

Technical Support Office 

Telecopier 

BTL SUPPORT FACILITIES 

Barge Pier 

BTL Stockroom 

Electrical Shop 

Helipad 

Launch Station 31 

Launch Station 32 



76263 
76202 
76204 
76201 
76200 



76274 
76268 
76267 
76275 
76273 
76276 



Mechanical & Electrical Equipment Rooms 

LER 76272 

RLEB 76270 

UMB 76271 

Power Plant 76264 

Transportation Office 76269 

Work Center 76265 



KWAJALE1N MISSILE RANGE 



KMR Ground Safety 



MARTIN MARIETTA CORP, 

Launch Stations 12 & 13 

LEGG Building 

Office Trailer 

Shop Trailer 

SVS Building Parts Room 

UMB Assembly Bay 



MARTIN ZACHRY CONSTRUCTORS 



Office 



NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE 



Weather Station 



76218 



76247 
76246 
76248 

76245 
76243 
76241 



76216 



76217 



CORPS OF ENGINEERS 



Office 



76219 



SAFEGUARD OPERATIONS (SAFOPS) 



Office - LOB 



76214 



GLOBAL ASSOCIATES 

Area 200 Guard Post 
First Aid Station 
Mess Hall Office 
Maintenance Office 
Salt Water Pump House 
Security Office 



KENTRON HAWAII, LTD. 

Camera Towers 1, 2 t & 3 

CCTV Maintenance 

Launch Ordnance Console (Blockhouse) 

Mirror Tracking Mounts 1, 2, & 3 

Photo Optics Camera Control 

Communications Room - RLEB 



76244 
/6222 

76252 
76251 

76253 



WESTERN ELECTRIC COMPANY 

Communications Office 
Communications Room - RLEB 
Quality Control 
Site Construction 
Telephone Repair Service 



76212 


76210 


76213 


76211 



76255 






76224 






76221 




76226 




76225 


76223 


76220 







35 



A 



SECTION 3 

MISCELLANEOUS 

KWAJALEIN CLASSIFIED 



B 



AFRS RADIO STATION 

A,M, RADIO STATION 

ATCO (AIR TRAFFIC COORDINATING OFFICE) 

ACCOUNTING, B1LLETJNG AND MESSING OPERATIONS 

ADULT EDUCATION COORDINATOR 

ADJUTANT, KMR 

ADMINISTRATION OFFICES, KWAJALEIN 

BTL 

GLOBAL ASSOCIATES 

KENTRON HAWAII* LTD, 

KMR 

MARTIN ZACHKY 

MDAC 

MJT/LL 

MMC 

RAYTHEON 

WECO 
ADMINISTRATIVE AND CONTRACT SERV 1CES-GL08AL 
AIR FORCE SPACE AND MISSILE TEST CT 
AIR MICR0NESIA--RESERVATIONS 
AIR PASSENGER/CARGO SERVICE 
AIR TERMINAL 

DEPARTURES 



ARRIVALS AND 
BAGGAGE 
RESERVATIONS 
RESERVATIONS 



- MAC 

- MECK 



0550-0750 
0605-1BQ0 
1900-0200 
KESEHVATIUNS-ROI-NAMUR 

AIR TOWER EQUIPMENT ROOM 

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER, FAA 

AIRCRAFT AND TRACKING RADAR, SAFEGUARD 

AIRCRAFT MOVbMfcNT (HASb OPERATIONS) 

AIRPORT • TERMINAL 

AMATEUR RADIO STATION 

AMBULANCE 

AMERICAN ELECTRIC COMPANY 
WAREHOUSE 

AMERICAN RED CROSS-PEARL HARBOR 

ANIMAL REGISTRATION SECTION 

ANIMAL SHELTfcH 

AREA FREQUENCY COORDINATOR 

ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES 
AIR TERMINAL 
MARINA 

ATHLfcT IC GEAR LOCKER 

ATLAS-LlLLlE COMPANY 

ATOLL TERMINAL 

ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION, SANDIA 



83740 
83740 

82169 
83422 
82800 
81419 

81326 
83454 
83596 
81414 
83359 
81155 
81254 
81621 
77324 
81527 

83C01 

81379 

82660 

83540 

83540 

83589 •• 

83540 

82169 

84740 

77474 

835894^. 

83589 

83509 

82196 

81591 

82131 

83589 

84389 

82222 

82184 

83530 

C 

82163 

82119 

84112 



83589 

82318 
83420 
83531 
84740 

LAbQRAT0RlES8iJ31 



AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS, SAFEGUARD COMPLEX 
AUTO SHOP STUPES, GLOBAL 
AUTOMOTIVE DEPARTMENT - GLOBAL 

MANAGER 

HbAVY EQUIPMENT REPAIR 

INSPECTORS 

LICENSE bXAMINER 

MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT 

TAXI 

TIRE REPAIR, BLDG, 860 

WRECKER SttfVICE (Q73Q-163Q) 

WRECKER SERVICE (AFTER HOURS, SUNDAYS 
AVIATION BRANCH, KMR 
AVIATION SHOP STORES, GLOBAL 
AVIATION-GLOBAL 

A/C LINE MAINTENANCE 

A/C MAINTENANCE, NOSE DOCK 

AIR FRAMES 

AVIONICS MAINTENANCE 

AVIATION STOCK 

BASE OPERATIONS 

CHIEF PILOT 

ENGINE BUILD UP 

FLIGHT LINE SUPPLY 

FLIGHT OPEHATIONS--TRAFFIC CONTROL 

HELICOPTER FLIGHT COORDINATOR 

MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT 

QUALITY ASSURANCE 

SURVIVAL EUUIPMtNT SHOP 



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83451 
82197 
83623 
83386 
83393 
82131 
82168 
83346 
83441 
82131 
83469 
83479 
82596 
83549 



BCB (BATTERY CONTROL BUILDING) 

RADARS 

SPARTAN pATA EVALUATION ROOM 

VIP DISPLAY ROOM 
BG OFFICES 

CORAL 

PACIFIC tJQ OFFICE 

REEF~(BILLETING-CLUBS) 
BTL CONSTRUCTION STOCKROOM 
BTL DRAFTING DEPT,,SSC bLDG, 
BTL PAINT SHOP 
BTL SUPPLY-S5U BLDG 
BTL SUPPORT SbC BUILDING 

SECRETARIAL SERV I CES-X WAJ 

bbCHbTARIAL SERVICES-MECK 
BTL WORK CENTER, BLDG, 1107 
BACHELORS BEACH (CORAL SANDS) 
BACHELORS RECREATION BUILDING 
BAGGAGE COUNTER- TERM J NAL 
BAKERY AND CATERING SERVICE 
BALLISTIC CAMERA STATIONS, PRESS 

ENNYLABEGAN 

KWAJALEIN 
BANK OF HAWAII 

HAPBER SHOPS - APPOINTMENT ONLY 
BARBER SHOPS - WALK-IN 
BARGAIN HAZAAN 
BARGE RAMP 

BARRACKS OFFICE (SEE PACIFIC BO) 
BASE OPERATIONS, AIR TRAFFIC CON I RQL, GLOBAL 
BASE RADIO 

ALTERNATE NO, (TRANSMITTER SITE, GUG.) 
BASE SUPPLY RRANCH, KMR 
BASE SUPPORT, KENTRON (1ACAN bLDG,) 
BEACHES 

CORAL SANDS 

EMON 

SPECIAL SEHVICES-TO RESERVE A PAVILlUN 
BEAUTY SHOP 
BELL TELEPHONE LABS 
BICYCLE REPAIR 
BILLETING OFFICE, GLOBAL 
BLOOD HANK 
BOAT SCHEDULING 
BOAIS-SMALL BOAT MARINA 
BOILER PLANT 
BOWLING ALLEY 
BOY SCOUTS 

AF TER HOURS AND SUNDAY 
BUCHOL^ TQWbR, FAA 
BUILDING ENGINEER, BTL 

BUILDING SERVICE, SAFEGUARD COMPLEX 
BUILDING AND GROUNDS MAINTENANCE, GLOBAL 
BURNS AND RUE 
BUTCHER SHOP, 5URFWAY 



CAR SERVICE 

CALIBRATION LAB--KENTNUN 

CAMERA PROGRAMMER CONSOLE, KENTRON 

CARGO PJER 

CARPENTER, MARINE DEPARTMENT 

CARPENTER SHOP (CALL MA | NTENANCt: , GLOBAL) 

CARPENTER SHOP, BTL 

CARPENTER SHOP, M2C 

CATERING AND BAKERY, PACIFIC MESS 

CENTRAL BILLETING OFFICE 

CENTRAL INSTRUMENT BUREAU - MECK 

CENTRAL INSTRUMENT BURE AU-SF GO , 



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CHAPLAINS 
CATHOLIC 
NIGHT 
PROTESTANT 

NIGHT 
JEWISH FAITH-INFORMATION 
SECRETARY 
CHART ROOM, MDAC 
CHECK OUT INFORMATION, GLOBAL 
CHIEF PILOT - OFFICE 
CHILD CARE - NURSERY 
CLEANERS 

CLOSED CIRCUIT TV SHOP, KENTRON 
CLUBS AND DINING OlVISiQNg GLOBAL 
CATERING 

CROSSROADS CLUB BAR 
CROSSROADS CLUB KITCHEN 
EXECUTIVE DINING ROOM 
EXECUTIVE DLNJNG ROOM KITCHEN 
EXECUTIVE DINJNG ROOM STOREKEEPER 
ILLEGINNI DINING ROOM 
KWAJALEIN COUNTRY CLUB 
HECK DINING ROOM 
OCEAN VIEW CLU8 
PACIFIC DINING ROOM 
SNACK BAR 
TEEN CLUr 

TRADEHINDS SNACK BARtEMQN 
YQKWE YUK CLUB 
YOKWE YUK CLUB 
YOKWE YUK CLUB 
YOKWE YUK CLUB 
COAST GUARD-EBEYE 
COBBLER SHOP 
COMMANDING OFFICER, KMR 
COMMUNICATIONS CENTER 
COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, 
CIRCUIT COORDINATION 
FACILITIES CONTROL 
MAINTENANCE LABORATORY 
MASCOT SATELLITE TERMINAL 
MESSAGE CENTER 
OPERATIONS 
RECEIVER SITE 
TECH CONTROL 
TELETYPE REPAIR 
TRANSMITTER SITE 
COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER* KMR 
COMMUNITY OPERATIONS, ASSISTANT RESIDENT 
COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION, GLOBAL 
COMMUNITY SERVICES OIVISIONi KMR 
COMMUNITY THEATER, KWAJALEIN 
COMPUTER SECTION (HEATHER STATION) 
CONSTRUCTION/HfcAVY EQUIPMENT-GLOBAL 
CONSTRUCTION AND UTILITIES DIVISION 
CONTINENTAL AIRLINES 
CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE* KMR 
CONTRACT COORDINATOR (GLOBAL) 
CONTROL DATA CORPORATION 
CONTROL TOWER, FAA 
CORAL SO OFFICE 
CORAL SANDS BEACH 
CORPS OF ENGINEERS 
RESIDENT ENGINEER 
ASSISTANT RESIDENT ENGINEER 
MATERIALS TESTING LABORATORY 
OFFICE ENGINEERING BRANCH 
SUPERVISION AND INSPECTION BRANCH 
CONTRUCTION BRANCH 
PROJECT OFFICES 
ILLEGINNI 
KHAJALEIN 
MECK 
TELETYPE OPtRATOR 
CROSSROADS CLUB 
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KITCHEN 
CUSTODIAL SERVICE, SEM, GLOBAL 



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DCC8 

CORPS OF ENGINEERS 



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DISASTER CONTROL CtNTfcW 
DISPATCH TOWER-MARINE UfcPT,, GLOBAL 
DISPENbAHY * MfcC* 

DISTILLATION PLAMT NO.l-(BLH) GLOBAL 
DISTILLATION PLAVT NO.Z-ULQttAL 
DIVERS, KENTRON 

DIVING BARGE (LCU-23) 

DIVING LUCKfcR 
DOCUMENT CONTROL CENTER, MECK 
DOG FOUND 

DOMESTIC EMPLOYMENT, GLUWAL 
DRAFTING - MECK 

DRAFTING SUPERVISOR, BTL, SSC BLDG 
DRIFfWODD LOUNGE, GUGEEGUE 
DRIVERS LICENSE EXAMINER 
DRY CLEANERS 
DIAL OPTICAL BLDG, 
DUPLICATION OFFICE, GLOBAL 



EBEYE-COAST GUARD 
ECHO PIER CARGO SHED 
ECHO PIEH GUARU POST 

ECHO PIER - TO COMMUNICATE WITH VESSELS 
ELECTRICAL AND BATTERY SHOP, AVIATION 
ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS, KENTRON 
ELECTRONICS MAINTENANCE LAB, KENTRON 
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - GEORGE SEIT* SCHOOL 
EMERGENCY FlRh PUMPS • WATER PLANT* GLOBAL 
EMON BEACH PAVILLION 
EMON BEACH SNACK BAR 
EMPLOYMENT • BTL 
EMPLOYMENT - WECO 
ENGINE BUILD UP, AVIATION 
ENGINE OVERHAUL SHOP - MARINE DEPT, 
ENGINEERING, GLOBAL 
ENGlNEfcRJNG ADMINISTRATION, WECO 
ENGINEERING AND DRAFTING, M£C 
ENGINEERING AND PLANNING, KENTRON 
ENGRAVING, MACYS 
ENIWETOK CALLS 
EQUIPMENT SHOP, MZC 
ESTIMATING - ENGINEERING, GLOBAL 
EXECUTIVE MESS (rDKM.fc.YUK CLUB) 
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, KMR 

EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL OFFICE* KMR 
NIGHT 



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82107 

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FAA 

FAA CONTROL TOWER 

MA PILOT EXAMINER 

FCA# KENTRON (FREQUENCY CONTROL 

FCA AND RADIATION MEASUREMENTS 

F M STATION 

FPS-20 SEARCH RADAR, KENTRON 

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION 

FILES, ENGINEERING RECORDS, "BTL 

FILM SERVICE, SPECIAL SERVICES 

FILTER PLANT, GLOBAL 

FINANCE, GLOBAL 

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, GLOBAL 

ACCOUNTS RECElVAtiLE/INVOICiNG 

CASHIERS OFFICE 
. COST ACCOUNTING SECTION 

PAYROLL 

PAYROLL - MARSHALLESfe 

RECORDS CONTROL 

REPORTS AND REVIEW 
F INE ARTS BUILDING 



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ASSISTANT CHIEF" 

CHIEF 

DISPATCHER 

FIRE INSPECTOR 

TO REPORT A FJRE 
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KWAJALblN 
MECK 

ROl-NAHUR 
MRE PUMPS • WATER PLANT* GLOBAL 
F IREMENS BARRACKS 
FIXED CAMERA TOWER NO, 1 
FLIGHT INFORMATION 
FLIGHT LINE SUPPLY 

FLIGHT OPERATIONS - TRAFFIC CONTROL 
FLIGHT SAFETY DIVISION, KMR 
FLYING CLUB (NIKE) 
FOOD STORE (SUKFWAY) 
FOOD TAKE-OUT SERVICE (CROSSROADS 



FORECAST OFFICER, 
FRAME ROOM, RUCC 
FREIGHT THAFMC - 
FREQUENCY CONTROL 
FRESH AND 
FUEL FARM 
FUEL PIER 
FUEL PIER 
FURNITURE 



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KITCHEN) 
KMR 



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AND ANALYSIS (BLDG 905) 

FROZEN PROVISIONS, GLOBAL 

<POL> GLOBAL SUPPLY 

- GLOBAL SUPPLY 

GUARD SHACK 

WAREHOUSE 



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SPECIALIST, KMR 

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D,,WORKMENS COmP,,QLOBAL 

JfeCT NEWSPAPER) 

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JEWELER 

JEWISH FAITH-INFORMATION 

JR.-SR, HIGH SCHOOL 



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GSK - STOCK RECORDS SECTION GLOBAL 

GSK * WIP STORES 

GARDEN SHOP 

GEAR LOCKER 

GENERAL SERVICES, BTL 

GENERATOR SHOP • GLOBAL 

GIRL SCOUTS COORDINATOR 

GLOBAL ASSOCIATES (RESIDENT MANAGER) 

GQ-KART SHACK (BLDG 1335) 

GOLF COURSE 

GRACE SHERWOOD LIBRARY 

GROUND SAFETY DIVISION, KMR 

GROUNDS MAINTENANCE, S , E . M , -GLOBAL 

GUARD MAIL 

GUGEEGUE THEATER, ALSO DRIFTWOOD LOUNGE 

GUN LOADING ROOM - BRANDON FIELD 

GYMNASIUM - PACIFIC BQ 



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HAM RADIO STATION KX6BU 

HARBOR CONTROL TOWER 

HARBOR OPERATIONS - GLOBAL 

HEAVY EQUIPMENT/CONSTRUCTION, GLOBAL 

HEAVY EQUIPMENT REPAIR 

HELICOPTER (LINDEN HANGER) 

HOBBY CRAFT SHOP 

HOMER STATION 

HONDEEN COMPANY (BLDG, 1309) 

HOSPITAL 

ADMINISTRATION 

BLOOD BANK 

CASHIER 

CHIEF SURGEON 

HEAD NURSE 

LABORATORY 

MEDICAL OFFICES 

MEDICAL RECORDS SECRETARY 

PHARMACY 

RECEPTIONIST DESK 

SANITATION OFFICER 

SUPPLY ROOM 

X-RAY 

HOSPITALITY K I T -FURN I TURE WAREHOUSE-GLOH AL 
HOURGLASS 
EDITOR 
HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS-SHIPMENT (GLOBAL) 
HOUSEHOLD MOVfcS, SAFfcGUARD 
HOUSING BILLETING, GLOBAL 
HOUSING SERVICE, SAFEGUARD 



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L-60 CARRI6RaM€CK 
L-600 CARRIER, SSC BLDG, 
LA-24, SAFEGUARD 

LCD HbCOVERY SHIP (WHEN IN POHT) 
LAUNCH AREA - LAUNCH CELL NO, 1 
LAUNCH AREA - LAUNCH EQUIPMENT ROOM 
LAUNCH AREA . METEOROLOGICAL LAUNCH SITE 
LAUNDERETTE 

LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANER 
LAWNMOWfcRS - RENTAL 
LEGAL OFFICER, KMR 

LIAISON OFFICER, TRUST TERRITORY, KMR 
LUSON OFFICER, TRUST TERRITORY REP, 
LIBRARY, GRACE SHERWOOD 
LIBRARY, TECHNICAL, SAFEGUARD 
LICENSE EXAMINER 

LINCOLN LAB, MIT - KMAJALEIN OFFICE 
LINDEN HANGAR 
LINE MAINTENANCE • A/Z 
LIQUOR DEPT,, TEN-TEN STORE 
LIVE ASSEMBLY BAY NO, 1, SAFEGUARD 
LOCKSMITH • CALL MAINTENANCE, GLOBAL 
LOGISTICS COORDINATOR, PRESS 
LORAN STATION (BASE RADIO) 
LOST AND FOUND (TERMINAL SECURITY OFFICE) 
ARTICLES LEFT ON BUSE* D TAXIS 



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MPS 36 RADARS 

OPERATIONS VAN 

OPERATIONS VAN 

MZ BARGE RAMP 

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MACHINE ROOMi 2AR 



NO, 

NO, 



COUNTRY CLUB) 
TRANSMITTER 



MACHINE SHOP, SAFEGUARD COMPLEX 
MACYS 

CUSTOMER PICKUP 
MANAGERS OFFICE 
WAREHOUSE 616 
WAREHOUSE 1791 
MACYS WEST 

MAID SERVICE, MARSHALLESE 
MAIL* GUARD 
MAJL ROOM, SSC 
MAIL ROOM, MfcCK 
MAINTENANCE, AVIATION 
MAINTENANCE! AVIONICS 
MAINTENANCE - GLOBAL 
MAINTENANCE, SAFEGUARD 
MAINTENANCE LAB-SUPPLY, KENTRON 
MAINTENANCE • MAC 
MAINTENANCE, NOSE DOCK-A/C 
MARINA, SMALL BOAT fr\\ <f O 8{fVlvV 
MARINA/VEMICLE RADIO REPAIR 
MARINE DEPARTMENT 
ADMINISTRATION 
CARPENTER 

ENGINE REPAIR SHOPS 
HARBOR CONTROL TOWER 
STEVEDORING 
MARINE DOCK CONTROL 
MARSHALLESE MAID SERVICE 
MARSHALLESE PAYROLL 
MARSHALLES PERSONNEL 
MARSHALLESE TRAINING 
MARTIN MARIETTA CO,, 

STOCKROOM 
MARTIN 2ACHRY CONSTRUCTORS 
BATCH PLANT 
CARPENTER SHOP 
ENGINEERING AND DRAFTING 
EQUIPMENT SHOP 
PERSONNEL AND ACCOUNTING 
REINFORCING STEEL 
WAREHOUSE 

WELDING SHOP - DCCB 
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 
MATERIAL COORDINATOR (GLOBAL) 
MC DONNELL DOUGLAS ASTRONAUTICS COMPANY 
MECK MESS - GLOBAL 
MECK SAFEGUARD MAINTENANCE SHOP 
MEDICAL STOREROOM - (GLOBAL SUPPLY* 
MERCHANDISING MANAGER • GLOBAL 
MESS HALLS 
ILLEGINNI 
KWAJALEIN 

EXECUTIVE 
PACIFIC 
MECK 

ROl-NAMUR 
MESSAGE CENTER, KENTRON 

MESSING OPERATIONS (ACCOUNTING AND BILLETI 
METAL SHOP, MARINE DEPARTMENT 
METEOROLOGICAL LAUNCH SITE 
MILITARY AIRLIFT CQMMAND-L I ASON OFFICER 
MISSILE FLIGHT SAFETY, KMR 
MISSILE TRANSPORT RAMP 



SECTION-IRO 

DIRECTOR 
SSC 



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FORECAST OFFICE 

METEOROLOGIST- I N-CHARGE 

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OCEAN view cluh 

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OPERATIONS COrUROL CENffcR (RANGE) 
OPTICS, KENT RUN 

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OPTICS STATIONS, PKfcSS 

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KWAJALEIN 
ORDNANCE (KENTRON) 
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2ND DECK, SAY 

3HU DECK 



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PAC1F iC HQ OFF ICE 

ELECTRICIANS 3AHH 
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PAC1F iC DlNINli ROOM 
KITCHEN (NIGHT) 
STOREKEEPER 
PAGING, MfcCK 

PAGING SERVICE, TRAUEX/PWE5S/ALCOR/AL TA I R 
PASSENGER INFURMATJUN ANU RESERVATIONS 
PASSPORTS AND VISAS 
PAYROLL (GLUBAL) 
PAYROLL ■ MARSHALLESE 
PAYROLL INFORMATION, KENTRON 
PERFORMANCE ASSURANCE ENGINEER, KENTRON 
PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION , GLOBAL URO) 
PERSONNEL AUM M KENTRON 
PERSONNEL, MARSHALLESE 
PERSONNEL AND ACCOUNTING, M^C 
PEST CONTROL 
PHARMACY 

PHOTO COORDINATION, SAF EGUAHO COMPLEX 
PHOTO LAB, KMR 
PHOtO LAB, SPECIAL SERVICES 
PHOTO OPTICS, KENTHQN 

BCB VIP DISPLAY RODM 
PHOTOGRAPHIC INSTRUMENTATION, KENTRON 
PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK ORDERS, KENTRON 
PHYSICAL SCIENCE LAtf/NMSU 
PIRAL SECTION-WEATHER STATION 
PICATINNY ARSENAL VAN 
PIER, CARGO (ECHO) 
PIER CHfcCK POINT 

PIER, ECHO (TO COMMUNICATE WITH VESSELS) 
PIEH# FUEL (GLOBAL SUPPLY) 
PIER OFFICE 
PISTOL RANGE 

PLANE RESERVATIONS (RQ1-NAMUR AND MECK) 
PLANNING ANU PROGRAMMING, GLOBAL 
PLANT ENGINEERING, HTL 

PLANT ENGINEERING OPERATIONS, SAFEGUARD 
PLANT NURSERY 

POLICE DEPARTMENT (SEE SECURITY POLICE) 
POPULATION DATA 
POSTAL DIRECTORY 
POST OFF ICE, INFORMATION 
POST OFFICE, REGISTRY SECTION 
POWER MOWERS 

POWER PLANT, fcNNYLABEGAN, GLOBAL 
POWER PLANT, GUGEfcGUE, GLOBAL 
POWER PLANT, ILLEGINNI 
POWER PLANT, MECK, BURNS AND ROE 
POWER PLANT, HUI-NAMUR, bLDbAL 
POWER SYSTEMS, KWAJALEIN, GLOBAL 
SUPERINTENDENT 
POWER PLANT NO, 1 
POWER PLANT NO, I 
HUrfEH PLANT NO, 3 ( INACTIVE) 
PRESS HALLISTIC CAMERA STATIONS 
ENNYLABEtiAN 
KWAJALEIN 
PHFSS OFFICE, KWAJALEIN 



ti3/U5 
835lo 



63347 
8J:>87 

8117a 
81223 
83/71 
63*13 

813/6 
81301 

81550 
J 



8f319 

83401 

82122 

83382 

83493 

83456 

83415 

83501 

77474 

99411 

83589 

61431 

83428 

83548 

81367 

81107 

83705 

83596 

82121 

83417 

83518 

83406 

81359 

83773 

83590 

81229 

81315 

83496 

83773 

81651 

81335 

81129 

83433 

83511 

82576 

83423 

83433 

82138 

83589 

82144 

81469 

81548 

83518 

83450 
83424 
83424 
83U39 
83518 
83471 

8335tt 
76261 
77407 
99302 

81329 
81329 
81429 
83426 

81376 

81301 
81254 



40 



HRfcVfcNUVt MAINTENANCE, GLOBAL 

PROUUCTIQN CONTROL, GLOBAL 

PROGRAM CONTROL* ENGINEERS, KENTRON 

PROVISION STUCK CONTROL (GLOBAL SUPPLY) 

PRQVOST MARSHALL, KMR 

PUBLIC RELATIONS, SAFEGUARD COMPLEX 



Q 



UJALITY ASSURANCE - GLOBAL 
MANAGER 
AUTOMOTI Vk 
AVIATION 

NOSfc UUCK MAINTENANCE 
MARINE 

SEM AND UTILITIES 
SUPPLY AND COMMUNITY OPERATIONS 



83470 
82422 
81542 

82130 
02109 
81503 



83532 
83558 
82596 
82197 
82173 
83470 
83344 



REPAIR 5ERVJCE (CONTDJ 
OFFICE MACHINES, BTL 
RADIO 
SHOE 

telephone 

Teletype 

t ire'repatr 

tire repair-atttr hours and sunday 

typewriter 

WATCH AND JfeWELWY 
REPRODUCTION SERVICE, GLOBAL 
REPRODUCTION SERVICE* SAFEGUARD 
RESIDENT MANAGER, GLOBAL ASSOCIATES 
RETAIL OFFICE* GLOBAL 
RETAIL OUTLET BRANCH, KMR 
RIFLE AND PISTOL RANGES 
ROD AND GUN LOADING ROOM 
RODENT CONTROL 



61178 
63544 
33462 
81111 
81900 
83322 
63354 
63590 
62143 
82106 
814*8 
63*00 
83407 
63372 

62138 
82640 
83518 



R 



CONTROL OFFICER 
CONTROL SUPERVISOR 
OPERATIONAL ANNOUNCE 
OPERATIONS MANAGER 
OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR 
SAFETY OFFICER 
ROCKET CONSOLE 

SUPPORT MANAGER 



RCA 

RF SHELTER 
ROCC CONSOLES 

ASST, RANGE CONTROL OFFICER 

CAMERA PROGRAMMER CONSOLE 

COMM CENTER TEST PANEL 

COMMANDING OFFICER 

COMMUNICATION CONTROL CONSOLE 

INSTRUMENTATION CONTROL CONSOLE 

LOGISTICS SUPPORT CONSOLE 

RKT 

RKT-R 

RANGE 

RANGE 

RANGE OPERATIONAL ANNOUNCE SYSTEM 

RANGt 

RANGE 

RANGE 

SMALL 

TECHNICAL 

TELETYPE 

SURVEILLANCE CONSOLE 

VIP-1, 

VIP-2, 
RADAR TROUBLE REPORTING 
RADIO (VEHICLE) REPAIR, MARINA 
RADIO REPAIR SHOP (RETA IL-WHSE , BLOG 900) 
RADIO STATION. AH.FM 
HADQT BLDG,, EMON BEACH, KENTRON 
RAOOT BLDG,, GUGEEGUE, KENTRON 
RANGE COORDINATOR - GLOBAL 
RANGE INSTRUMENTATION, KENTRON 
RANGE OPERATIONS DIVISION, KMR 

DURING OPERATIONS 
RANGE OPERATIONS, KENTRON 

CONFERENCE ROOM 

ELECTRONICS * 1NSTR, SUPPORT 

LAUNCH-ORDNANCE 

RANGE CONTROL 

RANGE SUPPORT 

RECOVERY 
RANGE SAFETY, KENTRON 

RANGE SAFETY OFFICER DURING OPERATIONS 
RANGE SUPPORT, KENTRON 
RANGE TIMING • COUNTDOWN 
RAWINSONDE 8LDG. 
RAYTHEON, MECK 
RECEIPT CONTROL «• GLOBAL 
RECEIVER FACILITY SUPERV 
RECEIVER SITE, ENNYLABEGAN, 
RECEPTION ROO*, SSC 
RECOVERY CRAFT (LCU> 
RECOVERY, KENTRON 
REEFER COLD STORAGE (GLOBAL 
REEFER WAREHOUSE 

REFUSE AND GARBAGE DISPOSAL SERVICE 
REPAIR SERVICE * WATCH AND JEWELRY 
REPAIR SERVICE 

AIR CONDITIONING 

AUTOMOTIVE 

BICYCLE 

GENERAL (GLOBAL) 

HOUSEHOLD MAINTENANCE 



SUPPLY 

SOR-ENNYLABEGAN 
KENTRON 



SUPPLY) 



81254 
84801 

84762 
81454 
81461 
81450 
83363 
81454 
83564 
8i42< 
81542 
84761 
81251 
81457 
81519 
81251 
81223 
81457 
81519 

81165 
81309 

81800 
81801 
832*5 
82716 
83544 

83740 
81397 
82268 
83564 
82154 
83362 
81562 
83528 
84929 
84949 
84898 
81370 
84840 
84804 
81494 
81223 
'U529 
83753 
81335 
77459 
82185 
82606 
83557 
81430 
82132 
82132 
83408 
83408 
83518 
82143 

83550 
83558 
83568 
83353 
83550 



SAMTEC LIAISON OFFICER,* KMR 

SSC MAIL ROOM 

SSC TELEPHONE BOOTH 

SAFSEA 

SAFEGUARD CENTRAL TRAINING FACILITY 

SAFEGUARD OPERATIONS FIELD OFFICE 

SAFETY COORDINATOR, SAFEGUARD 

SAFfetY OFFICE, GLOBAL 

SAFETY OFFICER, KMR 

SALTWATER DISTILLATION PLANT NQ,1 (BLH) 

SALT WATER DISTILLATION PLANT NO, 2 

SANDIA LABORATORIES 

SANITATION OFFICER, GLOBAL 

SATELLITE TERMINAL 

SCHEDULES OFFICER, RANGE OPERATIONS 

SCHEDULING, KENTRON 

SCHEDULING AND WORK CQNTRQLi GLOBAL 

SCHEDULING LIAISON, BTL 

SCHOOL SYSTEM, KWAJALfclN 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE 

ADULT EDUCATION 

SUPERINTENDENT 

GEORGE SEITZ ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL 
IVEY HALL • ROOM 206 

UUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 
HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL 
DEAN OF STUDENTS 
GUIDANCE COUNSELOR 
HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY 
SCOUTS, BOY (0800 TO 1630 HOURS) 
SCOUTS, BOY (AFTER HRS AND SUNDAYS) 
SCOUTS, GIRL (COORDINATOR) 
SECURITY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT 

CHIEF 

ASSISTANT CHIEF 

DESK SERGEANT 

SHIFT CAPTAIN 

ADMINISTRATION 

BADGES AND IDENTIFICATION 

ENTRY/6XIT CONTROL 

INDUSTRIAL SECURITY/CLEARANCES 
INVESTIGATIONS 
GUARD POSTS 

POST 200* ILLEGINNl « 

POST 201, ILLEGINNl 

POST 4QG, MECK 

POST 500, MECK 

POST 6Q0, KWAJALEIN 

POST 601, KWAJALEIN 

POST 700, KWAUALEIN 

POST 800, KWAJALkIN 

POST WOO, KWAJALEIN 

SHIP CONTROL, FUEL PIER 

SHIP CONTROL, ECHO PIER 

DOCK CHECKPOINT 

DOCK PATROL 
SECURITY BARRACKS 

BARRACKS NO, 777 

BARRACKS NO, 776 

BARRACKS NO, 779 

BARRACKS NO, 780 
SECURITY OFFICE, 8TL • SSC BLOG, 



61379 

61441 
61459 
81425 
61423 
61421 
81322 
83506 
61516 
82493 
63304 
81131 
62163 
81000 
61523 
61562 
62141 

81349 

83601 
82800 
83761 
63601 
83464 
84720 
62011 
82013 
82015 
82011 
82011 
61190 
83768 
84430 

84449 
84446 
84445 
64446 
83449 
62134 
83449 
62134 
84447 

76256 
77378 
77323 
77323 
814J7 
81495 
81247 
81577 
82520 
82825 
62576 
63511 
63511 

81777 
81776 
81779 
83761 
61521 



41 



SfcCUH I TV UFF1CEK, KMH 

btlfcCTJVE SERVICE Rt-PRESENTAT I VE 

SfcH Oft ICE, GLOBAL 

StRVENU 

]F NO ANSWER, CALL TROUBLE DESK 
SHEfcT METAL SHOP, FLIGHT LINE 
ShIP LCU-23 (WHEN IN PORT) 

snipping and receiving, global 
shipping and receiving, meck 

SHIPPING AND NECfclViNG, SAFEGUARD 

SHOE REPAIR 

SHOP MAINTENANCE-SAFEGUARD 

SIGNAL OFFICER* KMR 

SK| SHACK 

SHALL ARMS RANGE - BLD6 f 1050 

SMALL BOAT MAHJNA 

SNACK BAR 

SNACK BAR OFFICE 

SNACK BAR, EMUN BEACH (TRAOEWJNDS) 

SPACE AND MISSILE TEST CENTER 

SPARES STOCK HUGH, SSC 

SPARTAN PLANNING AND OPERATIONS 

SPECIAL ORDER DESK, GLOBAL 

SPECIAL SERVICES * GLOBAL 

MANAGER 

BOWLING 

FILM ROOM 

GEAR LOCKE* 

GOLF COURSfc 

HOBBY SHOP 

HOURGLASS 

LIBRARY 

MARINA 

PHOTO LAB 

RADIO STATION (AM 

RECREATION OFFICE 

RECREATION BLDG,B,Q, 

YOUTH DIRECTOR - TEEN 
SPHERE LAUNCHES (ROM 
SPLASH DETECTION RADAR i 
SPLASH DETECTION RADAR 2 
STAMPSf RUBBER (DANS SERVICE 
STANDARDS LAB,2AR RECEIVER 
STEAM AND WATER SYSTEMS, GLOBAL 

SUPERINTENDENT 

BOILfcR PLANT 



AND FM> 



CENTER 

(ENIWETAK) 

(GAG AN) 
SHOP) 



NO,l,(BLH> 
NO, 2 



DISTILLATION PLANT 

DISTILLATION PLANT 

FILTER PLANT 
STEVEDORING 

STOCK CONTROL* GLOBAL SUPPLY 
STOCKROOM, CONSTRUCTION, SAFEGUARD 
STOCKROOM, MECK 

STOCKROOM, KWAJALEIN, SAFEGUARD 
STOCKROOM, SPARES, SAFEGUARD 
STOREROOM, WECO, ZAR TRANSMITTER 
SUMMER PROGRAM 
SUNDAY SCHOOL* PROTESTANT 
SUPPLY, KENTRON 

SUPPLY, RECORDS DESK, KENTRON 
SUPPLY DIVISION, GLOBAL 

AUTO SHOP STORES 

AVIATION SHOP STORES 

CONVERSION CONTROL 

FUEL FARM (POL> 

FURNITURE WAREHOUSE 

INVENTORY AND AUDIT 

MANAGER 

MATERIAL ACCOUNTING 

MATERIAL MC1LITIES 

MATERIAL SERVICES 

MEDICAL STORE ROOM 

PACKING AND CRATING 

PROCUREMENT 

PROPERTY ACCOUNTING 

RECEIPT CONTROL - GENERAL 

RECEIPT CONTROL - MERCHANDISING 

RECEIPT CUNTSQL-PHOVISIONS 

SHIPPING AND RECEIVING 

STOCK CONTROL 

STOCK RECORDS - GSK 

STOCK RECORDS - MERCHANDISING 

STOCK RECORDS - PROVISION 

TECHNICAL AND RESEARCH LIBRARY 

HIP STORES 



MATERIAL 



82109 

82110 

83315 

83712 

83550 

83623 

82132 

83430 

77431 

81478 

83462 

81249 

82111 

82430 

82138 

83643 

83402 

83726 

83666 

81379 

84373 

81236 

83307 

83331 

83492 

83320 

34190 

33420 

83768 

83350 

83539 

83439 

83643 

83590 

83740 

63331 

81960 

83754 

99535 

77262 

99260 

63314 

8216? 

82155 
82195 
82493 
83304 
82155 
83433 
82128 
81130 
77273 
81377 
64373 
62034 
63754 
83505 
83468 
83792 

83310 
83441 
81632 
83560 
83434 
83395 
83375 
83375 
83444 
83412 
83344 
83434 
83780 
83412 
82185 
82149 
82112 
83430 
62128 
82128 
82148 
82130 
82125 
83494 



SUPPLY DIVISION, GLOBAL (CONTD) 
WAREHOUSE * AUTO SHOP STORES 
WAREHOUSE - AVIATION SHOP STORES 
WAREHOUSE * GENERAL STORES (6SKJ 
WAREHOUSE - MEDICAL SUPPLIES 
WAREHOUSE » MERCHANDISING STOCK 
WAREHOUSE • MERCHANDISING" MARKING 
WAREHOUSE • PAINT 
WAREHOUSE - PRQV, INST, DRY 
WAREHOUSE • PRQV, REEFER 
WAREHOUSE • PRQV, RESALE DRY 

SUPPLY DIVISION, KMH 

SUPPORT SYSTEMS, KENTRON 

FREQUENCY CONTROL AND ANALYSIS 
POSITION CONTROL (NAVIGATION) 
RANGE TIMING-COUNTDOWN 

SURFWAY' BUTC«fcR SHOP 

SURFWAY FOOD STORE 

SYSTEMS AND PROGRAMMING. GLOBAL 



TACAN 

TAILOR 

TARGET 

TAXI 

TECHNICAL 

TECHNICAL 

TECHNICAL 
TECHNICAL 



SHOP 
TRACK 



RADAR BLDG NO , 4- SAFEGUARD 



AND RESEARCH LIBRARY, GLOBAL 
FACILITIES COORDINATOR! KMR 
LIBRARY, KENTRON, BLDG 1009 
LIBRARY, SAFEGUARD 



TECHNICAL OPERATIONS, ASST, RES. MQR. GLOBAL 

TEEN CENTER 

TELEGRAM INFORMATION 

TELEMETRY SECTION, KENTRON 

TELEPHONE BOOTH (FOR OVERSEAS CALLS 

TELEPHONE DIRECTORY 

TELEPHONE INFORMATION 

TELEPHONE REPAIR, KENTRON 

TELEPHONE REPAIR, SAFEGUARD 

TELETYPE TROUBLE SERVICE 

TEN-fEN STORE 

TERMINAL 

ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES 

BAGGAGE 

BLDGj T 68B-INURISLAND COMMUTER SHELTER 

RESERVATIONS 

AIR MICRONESIA 

MAC 

MECK 

0550-0^50 
0855-1800 
1990*0200 
ROI 
TERMITE CONTROL 

TEST EQUIPMENT STOCK RH.ZAR R£C« 
TEST. PLANNING AND REPSRTINa, KMR 
THEODOLITE STATION, P1BAL NO, 2 
TIDE GAUGE, KMR 
TIME OF'DAY 
TIMING • COUNTDOWN 

TIRE REPAIR FACILITIES, AUTOMOTIVE 
TIRE REPAIR f AFTER HOURS AND SUNDAYS 
TOWER - FAA 

TOWER - HARBOR CONTROL 
TRADEW1NDS SNACK BAR 
TRAFFIC CONTRDL-BASb OPERATIONS 
TRAFFIC CONTROL * MAC ■ 
TRAFFIC CONTROL TQWfcR - FAA 
TRAILER BARBER SHOPS 

APPOINTMENT ONLY 

WALK-IN 
TRANSIENT HOTEL, CENTRAL BILLETING 
TRANSPORTATION, MECK 
TRANSPORTATION DIVISION, KMR 
TRAP RANGE • BLDG, 1064 
TRAVEL RESERVATIONS, ATCO 

TRAVEL SERVICE AND RESERVATIONS, SAFEGUARD 
.TROUBLE DESK 

BETWEEN 2400 HRS AND 0730 MRS, 

CALL SECURITY 
TRUCK REPAIR 

TRUST TERRITORY LIAISON OFFICER, KMR 
TRUST TERRITORY, REPRESENTATIVE 

TRUSt TERRITORY SECRETARY 
TYPEWRITER REPAIR (TROUBLE DESK) 



83310 
83441 
83416 
84500 
83379 
83391 
83747 
63346 
63406 
83404 
83371 
82166 
83220 
81380 
83733 
83525 
03607 
64143 



83447 

83462 
61233 
83341 
82125 
61421 
81355 
61225 
63309 
63794 
81569 
61436 
81459 
61125 
61212 
61111 
61323 
61900 
81010 
63969 
83569 
83540 

84740 

82660 
82169 

64740 
77474 
63589 
63589 
63516 
62166 
11467 
61335 
62136 
• 4411 
63793 
63322 
63394 
82196 
83555 
83666 
62131 
83569 
62196 

63616 
83515 
63490 
77474 
63400 
82136 
82169 
dl438 
63550. 

64446 
635*8 

62103 
63600 
6364* 

83996 



42 



u 



UNIVAC - REPRESENTATIVE 

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII REPRESENT AH VE 



81515 



MR A MATSUNA6A 


OFFICE 


82011 




HOME 


82209 


UT1UI T IfcS, KWAJALEIN, GLOBAL 






MANAGER 




83426 


PQWEH SYSTEMS 






SUPERINTENDENT 




81329 


POWER PLANT NO, 1 




81329 


POWER PLANT NO, 2 




81429 


POWER PLANT NO, 3 t INACTIVE) 




83426 


GENERATOR SHOP 




83426 


STEAM AND WATER SYSTEMS 






SUPERINTENDENT 




82155 


80ILER PLANT 




82195 


DISTILLATION PLANT NO, 1 (BLH> 


82493 


DISTILLATION PLANT NO, 2 




83304 


FILTER PLANT 




82155 



YAHUMAN SERVICE 82121 

YQKWfc YUK CLUB 83409 

BAR 83419 

KITCHEN 83739 

STOREKEEPER 83513 

YOUTH DIRECTOR 83754 



ZAR POWER PLANT {GLOBAL P.P. NO, 13 81329 

ZAR RECEIVER, BLDG,, KENTRON 83210 

ZAH RECEIVER, BLUG f , WAREHOUSE* SAfbGUARD 81364 

ZAR TRANSMITTER BLDG, 81440 

ZAR TRANSMITTER-MACHINE ROOM (B AND R> 82627 

ZAR TRANSMITTER, WfcCO STOREROOM 82034 



V 



,P, QUARTERS 




ROOM 101, TRANSIENT 


HOTEL 


ROOM 102, TRANSIENT 


HOTEL 


ROOM 103* TRANSIENT 


HOTEL 


ROOM 104, TRANSIENT 


HOTEL 


ROOM 207, TRANSIENT 


HOTEL 



EBBTIDE LANAI- SLOG 2785 
ISLAND LANAI-BLDG 2759 
SUNRISE LANAI- SLUG 2784 

TRAILER 500 
VENDING MACHINES 

IF NO ANSWER* CALL 



B3101 
83102 
83103 
83104 
83207 
62835 
82735 
82830 
82216 
83712 
83550 



W 



WAREHOUSES 

AMERICAN ELECTRIC 83530 

ATLAS-LILLIE 83660 

HONOEEN COMPANY 83389 

MARTIN ZACHRY 83561 

MASSART COMPANY 82505 
WATER (SEE UTILITIES* 

WATER SKI AREA 82430 

WECO COMMUNICATIONS WAREHOUSE 82034 
WEATHER BUREAU (SEE NATIONAL WEATHER SERV I CE )82136 

WELDING SHOP, MZC 81384 

WESTERN ELECTRIC CO, 81592 

WIP STORES - SUPPLY, GLOBAL 83494 
WORK CENTER, SAFEGUARD 

MANAGER 81249 

CARPENTER SHOP 81433 

MACHINE SHOP 81350 

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE 81479 

WORK MANAGEMENT, GLOBAL 82141 

WORK ORDER SECTION, GLOBAL 83486 

WORKMANS COMPENSATION, GLOBAL* SAFETY ENGR,) 83506 

WRECKER SERVICE, GLOBAL « 0730-1630 ) 82186 

WRECKER SERVICE, GLOBAL (1630-2300) 63354 



4J 



SECTION 3 

MECK CLASSIFIED 



A 



AIR TRANSPORTATION 

ANNUNCIATOR ROOM 
AUXILIARY CONSOLE 



DISPATCHER 



BTL PLANT SERVICE 

BTL SUPPORT SUPERVISOR-GLOBAL 

BTL WORK CENTER COORDINATOR 



77474 
774X2 
7 7358 



77395 
77535 
77424 



K 



KENTHON HAWAII COMMUNICATIONS 
KENTRQN HAWAII, PHOTO OPTICS 

CAMERA CONTROL CONSOLE 

CAMERA TOWER 1. 

CAMERA TUWER 2, 

CAMERA TOWER 3, 



L 



LAUNCH OPERATIONS BUILDING 



774#t 

77595 
77331 
77462 
77563 



7732* 



C 



CAMERA CONTROL CONSOLE 

CAMERA TOWER NO, 1, FIXED 

CAMERA TOWER NO, 2, FIXED 

CAMERA TOWER NO, 3, FIXED 

CARPENTER SHOP 

CENTRAL INSTRUMENT BUREAU 

CHILLER EQUIPMENT AREA 

CLOSED CIRCUIT TV MAINTENANCE, KENTRQN 

COMMUNICATIONS CENTER-KENTRON 

COMMUNICATIONS, L-600 CARRIER, KENTRQN 

COMMUNICATIONS ROOM (TELEPHONE REPAIR) 

CONFERENCE ROOM, RESERVATIONS 

CONSTRUCTION LIAISON OFFICE 

CORPS OF ENGINEERS PROJECT OFFICE 



DATA CONTROL CENTER 

DATA CONTROL SUPERVISOR 

DATA DISTRIBUTION 
DIGITAL AREA 
DIGITAL PIT 

DINING AND BILLETING, GLOBAL 
DISPENSARY 

DOCUMENTATION CONTROL CENTER 
DRAFTING 



E 



ELEVATOR 

EXTERNAL SERVICE PLATFORM 



FACILITIES TEST CONDUCTOR 

P ILTER PLANT 

FIRE HOUSE OFFICE (EMERGENCY) 

FIRE STATION (EMERGENCY) 

FIRE STATION (INFORMATION) 

FIRST AID 

FLIGHT SAFETY CONSOLE 



G 



GLOBAL MESS HALL 
GLOBAL REPAIR SHOP 



IBM (INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINE 



77595 
77331 
77362 
77363 
77533 
77545 
77408 
77219 

77203 
7744» 
77200 
77502 
77585 

77582 



77312 
77506 
77565 
77417 
77381 
77578 
77404 
77564 
77295 



77320 
77305 



77408 
77230 
77300 
77333 
77300 
77564 
77495 



7757& 
77589 



77210 



M 



MAIL ROOM 
MAIN CONFE 
MAINTENANC 
MARTIN MAR 
MART IN-ZAC 
MDAC (MCDO 
MDAC STOCK 
MECHANICAL 
MECHANICAL 
MECK DOCUM 
MfcCK OPERA 
MEMORY TES 
MESS HALL, 
MISSILE AS 
MISSILE CO 
MISSION CO 
APB-OAS 
MISSILE SI 
M/W BALCON 



77344 

RENCE ROOM 77234 

E, GLOBAL 77588 

JETTA WAREHOUSE 77471 

HRY 77566 

NALU DOUGLAS ASTRONAUTICS CO) 77571 

ROOM 77538 

EQUIPMENT ROOM NO, 1 77408 

EQUIPMENT ROOM NO, 2 77221 

ENT CONTROL CENTER 77379 

TIONS CONTROL CENTER 77445 

T ROOM AND TEST REPAIR (STORAGE) 77242 

GLOBAL 77578 

SfeMbLY BUILDING 77523 

MMANO MONITOR 77394 

NTROL CONSOLE (TEST DIRECTOR) 77233 

77596 

TE DATA PROCESSOR 77377 

T 77348 



A 



**~Q 



Puj&^c- UiJj&JLc*^ 775? f 



OBSERVATION ROOM 
OPERATOR 



P 



PAGE SYSTEM (EMERGENCY ONLY) 
PAGING SERVICE 
PARAMP ROOM 

PLANT ENGINEERING 

PLANT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR 

POWER PLANT 

POWER PLANT SUPERVISOR 



UU6LITY CONTROL 



Q 



R 



RAYTHEON 
RECEIVER 



COORDINATOR 
AREA 



s 

SAFSEA 

SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS CENTER 
SECURI TY 

EMERGENCY POST 

FRONT DESK 

SPAWTAN/SPRINT LAUNCH PAD 
SHIPPING AND RECEIVING, GLOBAL 
SPARTAN LAUNCH CELL 



77298 

80 



77254 

77445 

7583 

77252 

77341 

77409 
77209 



77552 



77326 
77515 



77414 

77215 

77301 
77323 
77323 
77431 
77480 



44 



MECK 



STALL SERVICES INFORMATION 

SUPPLY ROOM 

SURVEILLANCE EVALUATION CONSOLE 

SYSTEM MONITOR CONSOLE 

SYSTEM SIMULATION AND EXERCISE CONSOLE 

SYSTEM TEST CONSOLE 



77589 
77372 
77346 
77350 
77231 
77306 



TARGET SELECTION AND TRACK CONSOLE 

SURVEILLANCE CONSOLE 
TEST AND REPAIR CENTER 
TRANSMITTER AREA 
TRANSMITTER AREA (OFFICE) 
TURRET AREA 
TYPING POOL 



77370 
77278 
77470 
77467 
77461 
774U 
77291 



SECTION 3 

MID- ATOLL ISLANDS 
CLASSIFIED 



ENIWETAK 

EMERGENCY 
OPTICS 
SDR 1. 



LE6AN 



77263 


EMERGENCY 


77269 


M2 CONSTRUCTOR!, 


77262 


OPTICS 




TELEMETRY 



77513 
3172? 
77516 
77512 



GAGAN 



EMERGENCY 
PHOTO OPTICS 
SDR 2* 
TM (TELEMETRY) 



VAN 



99263 
99262 
99260 
99246 



OMELEK 



EMERGENCY 

MZ CONSTRUCTORS 

^TICS 



77347 
61724 
77339 



GELLINAM 

COMPUTER 

EMERGENCY 

OPTICS 



77423 
77419 
77418 



45 



SECTION 3 

ROI-NAMUR CLASSIFIED 



A/G/A HAT 

ADMJMSTR 
GLOBAL 
Ml T/LL 
RCA 
SYLVAN 

AtR TERHI 

AJAX RQ 

ALCOR 

ADMINI 
COMPUT 
CONSOL 
DATA R 
0RAFTI 
RAGING 
PERSON 
HF ROO 
RADOME 
SCREEN 

servo 

TIMING 
TRANSM 
ALTAIR 

ADMINI 
AIR CO 
ANTENN 
CONTRO 
SLECTR 
GUARD 
MATER 
PAGING 
RECORn 
TRANSM 
VISITO 
AMERICAN 
APACHE RQ 
ATLAS BO 



A ANT VQICF LINK 
ATIVP OFFICES 
ASSOCIATES 



! A 
NAL 



ST&ATION (INFORMATION} 

FR 

E ROHM 

OOM 

NG ROOM 

NEL INFORMATION 

M 

ROOM 
AND PHOTO DISPLAYS 

AND DATA UNIT 
ITTER 

STRAUON (INFORMATION) 
NDITIONING AND POWER DISTRIBUTION 
A AND FACILITIES 
L ROOM 

ONIC MAINTENANCE 

IAL CONTROL 

ING SYSTEM 

ITTERS 

RS (CONSOLE ROOM) 

ELECTRIC-POWERHOUSE 



■59571 

99363 
99481 

99362 
99315 
99337 

99J8& 

99588 
99537 
99611 
99594 

99503 
99602 
99588 
99507 
99551 
99615 
99223 
99541 
99579 

99315 
99546 
99237 
99496 
99467 
99241 
99464 
99412 
99306 
99473 
99468 

9920$ 
99387 

99388 



ELECTRIC SHOP* GLOBAL 
ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING TROUBLE 



FM RADIO STATION - KtfZ I 
FACILITIES SHOP* PRESS 

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT* GLOBAL 
FIRE STATION 
EMERGENCY 
FIRST AID 
FpS-20 RADAR, KENTRON 

fuel pier 



99287 
99284 



G 



GARDEN SHOP 

GENERAL MESS 

GIM8ELS (RETAIL STORE) 

GLOBAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE 
GROUND OPTIC? SECTION, PRESS 
GUARD DESK, PRESS 



H 



HA 4 * SMACK 



99211 
99342 
99360 
99300 
99333 
99222 
99535 
99379 



INFORMATION, PRESS 

INFORMATION, RCA 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES 



99361 
99368 
99369 
99322 
99515 
99321 



99251 



99481 
99404 
99307 



B 



BARBER SHOP 
BILLETING, GLOBAL 

90S 

AJAX 

APACHE 

ATLAS 

SPRINT 

ZEUS 
BUILDING MAINTENANCE, 



PRESS 



99366 
99271 

99386 
99387 
99388 
99545 
99389 
99400 



JAKARQO CLUB 



KV7I FM 
KENTRON 

KENTRON 



K 



RADIO STATION 
ORDNANCE 
HAWAII, LTD, 



99364 



99211 
99121 
99312 



C 



Camera station* press 
club, jakaroo 

communications, l-600 carrier, kentro* 
communications- telephone, kentron 
communications center - kfntron 
community services, global 



D 



DESIGNATION AND DISCRIMINATION ENGINEFRTNG 
ADMINISTRATION 
COMPUTER 

CONSOLE 

CONSOLE 



COMPUTFR 

D AND DE 
DINING HALL 
DISPENSARY 
DOCUMENT CONTROL 



PRESS 



99525 
99364 
99289 
99312 
99560 
99272 



99604 
99665 
99174 
99641 
99368 
9922? 
99554 



LIBRARY, DATA 
LIRRARY, LENDING 
LIBRARY, TECHNICAL 
LINCOLN LARORATQRY, MIT 



M 



MIT/LL ADMINISTRATION 

MACHINE SHOP, PRESS 

MARINA 

MARINE SECTION, GLOBAL 

MARSHALLESE DEPARTMENT 

MARTIN ZACHRY CONSTRUCTORS 

MASSART INTERNATIONAL 

MEDICAL DISPENSARY 

MESS HALL 

MESSAGE CENTER, KENTRON 



(MZO 



99448 
9914 7 
99485 

99481 



99485 

99280 

99234 

99234 

99240 

99531 

9 9531 

99222* 

99348 

99560 



46 





OPTICS STATION, PRESS 



R 



P 

Paging service, taadex/prfss/alcor/altatr 

personnel administration offices 

GLOBAL 

MIT/LL 
PERSONNEL MARSHALLESE 
PHONE PATCH SCHEDULING 
PHOTO LAS, PRESS 
PISTOL RANGE 
PLANE RESERVATIONS 
POST OFFICE 
POWER HOUSE - GLOBAL 
POWER HOUSE • AMERICAN ELECTRIC 
PRESS 

ADMINISTRATION < I INFORMATION J 

A/G/A/ DATA AND VOICE LINK 

AIRCRAFT RADAR 

ALCOft (RCA) SEE SEPARATE LISTING 

ALTAIR (SYL) SEE SEPARATE LISTING 

BALLISTIC CAMERA STATION 

RORESIGHT TOWER 

BUILDING MAINTENANCE 

COMMUNICATIONS 

COMPUTER CONSOLE (7094) 

COMPUTER MAINTENANCE (IBM) 

COMPUTING AND CONTROL SECTION (SOFTWARFJ 

COMPUTING AND CONTROL SECTION (HARDWARE) 

CONSOLE ROOM (PCC) 

D AND DE 

ADMINISTRATION (INFORMATION) 

COMPUTER 

CONSOLE 

DATA LIBRARY 

DOCUMENT CONTROL 

DRAFTING 

FACILITIES 

GUARD (ALTAIR) 

GUARD (PRESS) 

GUARD (SHELTER ON COPRA RQaD) 

HAM SHACK 

HONEYWELL tCOMPUTER MAINTENANCE) 

IBM (COMPUTER MAINTENANCE) 

INFORMATION 

INTfRFACE, COMPUTER/DATA 

INSTRUMENT ROOM 

LIBRARY, DATA 
TECHNICAL 

LINCOLN LABORATORY, MIT 

MACHINE SHOP 

MAINTENANCE 

MATERIAL CONTROL 

OPflRATIONS 

OPTICS SECTION 

PCC CONSOLE AND OPERATIONS 
INTERFACE AND MAINTENANCE 
TEST ENGINEER 

PCC VISITORS 

PHONE PATCH SCHEDULING 

PHOTOGRAPHER 

PROJECT OFFICE 

PUBLICATIONS 

RADIATION CONTROL 

SAFETY 

SECURITY 

SYSTEM AND OPERATIONS SECTION 
TELETYPE (ADMINISTRATION) 
TELETYPE (COMPUTER AND OPERATION 
TEST DIRECTOR 
TEST ENGINEER, PCC 

TRADEX (RCA) SEE SEPARATE LISTING 
UTILITIES 
WORK CENTER 
PUMP HOUSE, SALT WATER 



99515 



99411 



RC* 

RF SHELTER 

RA»>AP FPS-20, *fc^TRON 
RE^FFM REPAIR <5n3P 
RETAIL A*'D PAC«AT,E STORE, 
RQI-NA^U^ FRYING CLUR 



GlMoFLS 



99363 


s 


99405 


99240 


SetURITY, (GLORAL) 


99408 


SECURITY GUARD POST, ALTAIR DESK 


99543 


security guard post, press 


99502 


SgrURlTY OFFICER, PRFSS 


9933? 


SKACK RAP 


99375 


SPPED8ALL LAUNCH SI TF 


9930? 


sprint bo 


99206 


STANDARDS LABORATORY, TRADED 




SUPPLY WAREHOUSE* GLOBAL 


99481 


SYLVANIA ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS 


99371 




99345 




99585 


T 


99315 


99525 


TELEPHONE COMMUNICATIONS,* KENTRON 


99281 


TELEPHONE SERVICF 


99400 


TELEPHONE MAINTENANCE 


99371 


IF NO ANSWER 


99558 


TERMINAL 


99^07 


TRADE SHOPS < GLOBAL 


99314 


TRADEX 


99253 


ADMINISTRATION (INFORMATION) 


99351 


AIRCRAFT RADAR 




CONSOLE ROOM 


99*04 


CONFERENCE ROOM 


99685 


DRAFTING 


99174 


ENGINEERING DESIGN 


99448 


ENGINEERING SYSTEMS 


99554 


EOUIPMENT, TECHNICAL 


99506 


GUARD 


99342 


L<-BAND TRANSMITTER 


99241 


MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 


99321 


MICROWAVE 


99528 


PAGING SERVICE 


99251 


Radar head 


99593 


RCA ADMINISTRATION 


993 Q7 


SfBAND TRANSMITTER 


99481 


STOCKROOM 


99266 


VISITORS (CONSOLE ROOM) 


99309 


TRADEWINDS THEATER 


99448 


TRANSPORTATION, GLOBAL 


99485 


TROUBLE DESK 


99481 


TRflURLF DESK (NIGHT) 


99280 


TRUCK AND REPAIR SHOP 


99400 




99329 




99351 


u 


99515 


99351 


UTILITIES, GLOBAL 


99266 


SUPERINTENDENT 


99358 


CONTROL ROOM 


99191 




99408 




99543 
99481 


W 


99437 


WAREHOUSE MO, 1, PRESS 


99351 


WAREHOUSE , SU»PL Y-GLOBAL 


99485 


WORK CENTER, PRESS 


99465 


WORK MANAGEMENT, GLOBAL 


99351 




99269 




99562 


z 


99351 


99358 


ZE'iS HO 


994Q4 




99342 




9 9 4 




99324 





99404 
99674 
99535 
992*7 
99J69 
99561 



99444 
99241 
99421 
99485 
99370 
99121 
99545 
99309 
99200 
99412 



99312 
99312 
99289 
Bllll 
99337 
99361 

99404 
99345 
99347 
99243 
99506 
99228 
99250 
99310 
99321 
99584 
99458 
99159 
99411 
99421 
99213 
99308 
99328 
99463 
99414 
99361 
99284 
99372 
99345 



99302 
99574 



99475 
99200 
99324 
992B4 



993B9 



47 



SECTION 3 

CLASSIFIED- ILLEGINNI 



A 



ASSEMBLY BAY - UMR 



76241 



MECH AND ELECT EQUIP, ROOM 
MEDICAL EMERGENCY 
MESS HALL OFFICE 
MIRROR TRACKING MOUNTS 



UMb 



i, 2, and 3 



7627i 
76222 
76254 
7622b 



B 



N 






BARGE PIER 

BELL TELEPHONt LABORATORIFS 

BLOCKHOUSE (KENTRON ORDNANCE) 

BTL STOCKROOM 

dTL WORK CENTER - SHOP 

riTL WORK CENTER * SUPERVISOR 



CAMERA TOWERS 1, 2, AND 3 IKENTRON) 
CLOSED CIRCUIT T,V, MAINTENANCE 
COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE - wECO 
COMMUNICATIONS RQOM - RLEB (KENTRON) 
COMMUNICATIONS ROOM - HLkii (WECO) 
COUPS OF ENGINEERS OFFICE 
CORPSMAN - FIRST AID 



E 



ELECTRICAL SHOP 
EMERGENCY FJRfc REPORTING 



F 

MRE REPORTING - EMERGENCY" ONLY 
► IRST AID STA r ION 



GROUNU SAFETY OFFICE - KMR 
GUARD POST - AREA 200 



H 



HELIPAD 

HOSPITAL ( SEE FIRST AID STATION) 



K 



KENTRON COMMUNICATIONS 

KENTRON ORDNANCE 
KENTRON PHOTO OPTICS 



76274 
76263 
76226 
76268 
76266 
76265 



76224 
762£1 
76212 
76220 
76210 
76219 
76254 



76267 
76233 



76233 
76254 



76218 
76256 



76275 
76254 



76220 
76226 
76223 



NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE 



PAGING SERVICE 

PARTS ROOM -UMtf 

PHOTO OPTICS • CAMERA CONTROL 

PLANT OPERATIONS - BTL 

POWER PLANT - UISPATCHER 

POWER PLANT - OPERATOR 

POWER PLANT * SUPERVISOR 



(KTN) 



OUALITY CONTROL - WECO 



REMOTE CONTROL EQUIPMENT 
REMOTE CONTROL EQUIPMENT 
RLEH COMMUNICATIONS ROOM 



Q 



R 

HOUR 1 
ROOM 2 



safeguard operations oh ice 
salt water pumh rouse 
secuwj ry off ice culobad 

SITE CONSTRUCTION 

SVb HUiLUJNG * PARTS ROOM 



TECHNICAL SUPPORT OFFICE - tfTL 
TELECOPIER • RLEB 
TELEPHONE REPAIR SERVICE (WECO) 
TRANSFORMER BUILDING 2» 
TRANSPORTATION - HELICOPTER 
TRANSPORTATION OF* ICE 



u 



UMR ASSEMBLY BAY 
UMH PARTS ROOM 



76217 



76269 
76242 
76223 

76263 
76262 
76261 
76264 



76215 



76202 
76203 
76210 



76214 
76253 
76255 
76213 
76243 



76201 
76200 
76211 
76225 
7627t> 
76269 



76241 
76242 



LAUNCH ORDNANCt CONSOLE 

LAUNCH STATIONS 12 AND 13 <M/M) 

LAUNCH STATION 31 (8TL SUPPURT) 

LAUNCH STATION 32 <BTL SUPPORT) 

LEGG BUILDING 

LOtf - SAFEGUARD OPERATIONS 



76226 
76247 
76273 
76276 

76246 
76214 



W 



WEATHEH STATION 

WECO COMMUNICATIONS OFMCt 

WECO COMMUNICATIONS ROOM - 



HLEB 



76217 
76212 
76210 



M 



MAINTENANCE OFFICE - GLOBAL 

MARTIN MARIETTA CORPORATION - OFFICE 

MARTIN MARIETTA - SHOP 

MARTIN 2ACHRY CONSTRUCTORS • OFFICE 

MECH AND ELECT EQUIP ROOM - LER 

MECH ANU ELECT EQUIP, ROOM - RLEB 



76251 
76248 
76245 
76216 
76272 
76270 



4.8 




49 



ACTIVITY 

AIR TERMINAL 
AUTOMOTIVE 

I-JACHELOR PG3L 

BAKERY 

BANK OF HAWAII 

BASEBALL FIELDS 

BRANDON 

DALLY 

I^INOR LEAGUE 
BCB 

BEAUTY SALOL 
BILLETING OFFICE 
BOWLING ALLEY 
CHAPEL 

CHILDREN'S NURSERY 
COMM CENTER 
COMMUNITY CENTER 
CORAL BQ 

CORAL SANDS PAVILLION 
CROSSROADS 
DATA CENTER 
DENTAL CLLNIC 
DEPENDENT'S POOL 
EBBTIDE LANAI 
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
EMON BEACH PAVILLION 
FINANCE 
FURNITURE WAREHOUSE 



B T <DG # 


SHLiHT 


# 


ACTIVITY 


BLDG # 


SHEET # 


L,,,| 


s 




GARDEN SHOP 


SI 788 


C 


808 


c 




GAS STATION 


809 


C 


801 


n 




GLOBAL SUPPLY 


602 
816 


C 


D 




703 




GLOBAL WAREHOUSE 


D 


704 


D 




GOLF CLUBHOUSE 


S882 


ISLAND MAP 


- 






GSK BLDG. 


602 


C 


T660 


n 




HOSPITAL 


60 J 


D 


T645 


D 




HOURGLASS 


S1759 


C 


T661 


D 




IVEY BLDG, 


357 


F 


1017 


ISLAND 


KAP 


IVEY HALL THEATER 


S1740 


F 


S498 


E 




JR-SR HIGH SCHOOL 


360 


F 


908 


B 




KMR HEADQUARTERS 


901 


B 


805 


D 




KWAJALEIN COUNTRY CLUB 


ISLAND MAP 


T683 


B 




LAUNDRY 


,' 10 


D 


G60 


E 




LIBRARY 


805 


D 


1008 


ISLAND 


m 1 9 


MACY ' S 


704 


D 


S700 


D 




MACY'S WEST 


S782 


D 


":-:J 


D 




MARINA 


S1390 


C 


T1085 


ISLAND 


MAP 


OCEAN VIEW CLUB 


T1418 


D 


601 


D 




PACIFIC BQ 


704 


D 


806 


D 




7IFIC DINING ROOM 


703 


D 


S498 


E 




PALM BQ 


561 


D 


218 


E 




PHOTO LAB 


1002 


ISLAND MAP 


2785 


D 




PHOTO OPTICS 


1060 


ISLAND MAP 


352 


E 




POLICE STATION 


807 


D 


T1880 


F 




POST OFFICE 


704 


D 


900 


B 




RADIO REPAIR 


900 


B 


602 


C 




REEF BQ 


564 


D 







50 



ACTIVITY" 
RICHARDSON THEATER 
ROCC 

SANDS BQ 
SCOUT CAMP 
SCOUT HOUSE 
SEM BLDG, 
SHELL BQ 
SKI SHACK 
SNACK BAR 
SPECIAL SERVICES 
SSC BLDG. 
SUNRISE LANAI 
SURF BQ 
SURFWAY 
TEEN CENTER 
TEN-TEN 

TRAILER BARBER SHOP 
TRANSIENT HOTEL 
TRAP RANGE 
YOKWE YUK CLUB 



BLDG. # 


SHEET # 


T664 


B 


1009 


ISLAND MAP 


565 


D 


T878 


ISLAND MAP 


T1762 


D 


804 


C 


562 


D 


T979 


ISLAND MAP 


704 


D 


805 


D 


1010 


ISLAND MAP 


2784 


D 


501 


D 


301 


E 


S353 


E 


S786 


D 


S2786 


D 


908 


B 


T1U64 


ISLAND MAP 


502 


D 



EVACUATION MAP LEGEND 

2 EVACUATION AREA NUMBER 

■^ BUS ROUTE 

^ CONVOY ASSEMBLY POINT 

M EVACUATION AREA BOUNDARY 
TWO STORY QUARTERS 





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424 



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462 



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403 



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401 



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SECTION 3 

BOAT SCHEDULE LIST 



EBEYE 



Monday thru Saturday 



Sunday 



ENNYLABEGAN 



Monday 



Tue/Wed/Thur/S at 





DEPART 


ARRIVE 


DEPART 


ARRIVE 


CRAFT 


KWAJALEIN 


EBEYE 


EBEYE 


KWAJALEIN 


P 


0045 


0110 


0115 


0140 


P/T 


0545 


0620 


0640 


0715 


P/l 


0740 


0805 


0930 


0955 


P/C 


1400 


1425 


1500 


1525 


P/l 


1430 


1455 


1555 


1620 


p/t 


1700 


1735 


1745 


1820 


p 


1845 


1910 


1915 


1940 


p 


2000 


2025 


2030 


2055 


p 


0045 


0110 


0115 


0140 


p 


0615 


0640 


0650 


0715 


p 


0830 


0855 


0900 


0925 


p 


1000 


1025 


10 JG 


1055 


p 


1430 


1455 


1500 


1525 


p 


1700 


1725 


1730 


1755 




1845 


1910 


1915 


1940 


p 


2130 


2155 


2200 


2255 


S3PS5 


DEPART 


ARRIVE 


DEPART 


ARRIVE 


CRAFT 


KWAJALEIN 


ENNYLABEGAN 


ENNYLABEGAN 


KWAJALE IN 


P 


0830 


0930 


0940 


1030 


C/l 


0900 


12 30 


1330 


1530 


P 


1430 


1520 


1530 


1620 


P 


0830 


0930 


0940 


1030 


P 


1430 


1520 


1530 


1620 



Thursday 



P 



2100 



2150 



2150 



2240 



Friday 


P 

C 


0830 
1330 


0920 
1430 


0940 
1500 


1030 
1600 




P 


1430 


20 


1530 


1620 


GUGEEGUE 


TYPE 

CRAFT 


DEPART 

KWAJALEIN 


ARRIVE 

GUGEEGUE 


DEPART 
GUGEEGUE 


ARRIVE 

KWAJALEIN 


Monday 


P 
C 

? 
p 


0740 
0900 
1430 
2100 


0840 

1015 
1530 

2140 


0845 
1115 
15 30 
2140 


0955 
1530 
1620 
2220 


Tuesday thru Saturday 


p 
p 


0740 
1430 


0840 
1530 


0845 

1330 


0955 

1620 


Wednesday 


c 


1330 


1430 


1500 


1600 


MECK 


TYPE 
CRAFT 


DEPART 
KWAJALEIN 


ARRIVE 

MECK 


DEPART 
MECK 


ARRIVE 

KWAJALEIN 


Monday thru Saturday 


P* 

p** 


0600 

1430 


0715 
1530 


0725 

1610 


0825 
1725 


Tue/Thur/Sat 


C 


0830 


1130 


1300 


1600 


ROI-NAMUR 


TYPE 

CRAFT 


DEPART 

KWAJALEIN 


ARRIVE 
ROI-NAMUR 


DEPART 
ROI-NAMUR 


ARRIVE 
KWAJALEIN 




C 


Fri. 
0630 


Pri. 
1330 


Sat, 
0800 


Sat. 
1500 


ILLEGINNI 


TYPE 
CRAFT 


DEPART 
KWAJALEIN 


ARRIVE 

ILLEGINNI 


DEPART 
ILLEGINNI 


ARRIVE 
KWAJALEIN 



Mon/Wed/Pri 



0800 



1300 



1400 



1900 



*Will stop at Ebeye 0610 and depart at 0615 to pick up passengers for Meek. May pick up 
Gugeegue passengers at 0745 to arrive Kwajalein at 0825. Passengers must notify Harbor 
Control (Tel. 83555) prior to 07 30 in order to be picked up, 

**Will stop at Ebeye at 1715 to discharge passengers from Meek and depart immediately. 



P - Passenger 



C - Cargo 



T - Tarlang 



/l - Also Gugeegue 



59 




BUS ROUTE & 
SCHEDULE 



60 




TRANSIT BUS SCHEDULE 
Monday Thru Saturday 



BUS STOPS:: 




D e p a r t 



Macy ' s 

Palm BQBth & Lagoon Road 

6th & Heliotrope Q t r s , 4 6 7 4 7 1 

Q t r s 4 7 5 4 7 9 ' T r a M e r 7 1 

Trailer 713 7 2 2 7 2 6 

Trailer 7 45 7 48 '7 58 

Trailer 777 / High School 

Trailer 909 939 96 9 

Trailer 986/983 ■"' 979 

Trailer 930 .960/900 

Trailer B 97 Q t r s . 105 219 

Quarters 464 4 6 4 2 4 

Quarters 4 3 4 -12 8 Reef BQ 

Macy s 

Laundry Toy I and 

S E M 6 f H £ ■' A u t d m a t i v e 

Hawaiian V i | I age ' F i n a nc e 

Terminal Chapel Hotel 

8 a n k of Hawaii 

Macy s 

Pa f fll BQ' Coral Q I r s 4 2 7 

Quarters 403 S u r f w a y Q t 2 l 1 

Quarters 215 203 225 

Quarters 2 16 2 B Geo S # 'H I School 

Quarters 404 .122 Hospital 

Macy' s Ariive 

NOTE; A b o v e schedule u , o v i d e s service at each ftits s t c E 
a 15 mi nn t e cycle t r o m 0730 u n i . ■ I i 3 hi>iirs 



jus n\ 


BUS #2 




074 r 




7 46 


0732 


07 47 


07 33 


7 48 


0734 


0749 


07 35 


07 50 


0736 


0751 


7 37 


0752 


0738 


0753 


0739 


07 54 


0740 


07 55 


074 1 


0756 


0742 


7 5 7 


0745 


Q800 


7 .16 


80 1 


07 4 7 


0802 


07*8 


0803 


07 49 


304 


07 50 


0805 


0752 


0807 


0753 


5 1 


07 5* 


080 9 


07 55 


3 10 


071:6 


05 1 1 


0-757 


I - 


? ! • 


0?l 3 



61 



SECTION 3 



WEEKLY 



FLIGHT SCHEDULES 

ROI-NAMUR 









DEPAR1 


! ARRIVE 


DEPART ARRIVE 






NUMBER 


KWA 


Re 


ROI 


KWA 


DAILY MONDAY THRU 


FRIDAY 


GA-lR 


0700 


07 


0730 


0800 






GA-2R 




07 


0730 


0800 






GA-3R 


0800 


0830 


0830 


0900 






GA-4R 


1000 


1030 


1045 


1115 






GA-5R (Cargo) 


lJv 


1330 


1430 


1500 






GA-6R 


1605 


1630 


1640 


1705 






GA-7R 


16 


1640 


1645 


1710 






GA-8R 


17 30 


1800 


1800 


1830 






GA-9R* 


2100 


2125 


2130 


O-jAft 


SATURDAY 




GA-lR 


0700 


0730 


AlJv 

0730 


0800 






GA-2R 


07 00 


07 


0730 


0800 






GA-iR 


0930 


1000 


1015 


1040 






GA-4R 


1100 


1125 


1140 


1215 






GA-5R 


1G05 


1630 


1640 


1705 






GA-7R 


1730 


1800 


1800 


1 fi 3n 


SUNDAY 




GA-lSR 


1040 


1105 


1215 


1300 


■ 




GA-2SR 


1755 


1825 


1945 


2015 






MECK 










FLIGHT 


KWA 


ARR 


MECK 


ARR 






NUMBER 


CHK IN 


MECK 


CHK IN 


KWA 


DAILY MONDAY THRU 


SATURDAY 


<GA^LM|i 


0610 
0610 


0630 

0630 


0630 

0630 


0645 




Cga-im^ 


0645 






GjJ2p£p 


0610 


0630 


0630 


0645 






GA-2MA 


0645 


0705 


0705 


0720 






GA-2MB 


0645 


0705 


0705 


0720 






GA-2MC 


"0645 


0705 


0705 


0720 






f&K-2wC) 


0720 


0740 


0740 


0755 






<1ga-3mbJ 


0720 


0740 


0740 


0755 




\GA-3MC I 
& A *i) 7S0 GA-4M 


0720 
0900 


0740 
0920 


0805 
0920 


0825 
0940 






* GA-5M 


1130 


1145 


1200 


1215 






GA-6M 


1410 


1425 


1430 


1445 






GA-7MA 


1445 


1505 


1525 


1540 






G.A-7MB 


1450 


1510 


1535 


1540 






GA-7MC 


,500 


1520 


15 25 


1540 






GA-8MA 


1540 


1600 


1600 


1620 






GA-8MB 


1540 


1600 


J6D0 


1620 






GA-8MC 


1540 


1600 


1600 


1620 






GA-9MA 


1620 


1635 


1635 


1650 






GA-9MB 


1620 


1635 


1625. 


1650 






GA-9MC 


1620 


1635 


1635 


1650 






GA-10M 


1650 


1705 


1705 


1725 






GA-IlM 


1940 


2000 


2000 


2020 






GA-12M 


2245 


2305 


2325 


2345 






GA-13M 


2345 


0005 


0005 


0020 






GA-14M 


0020 


0040 


0040 


0100 


SUNDAY 




GA-lMS 


0645 


0705 


0705 


0720 






GA-2MS 


0720 


0735 


0735 


0750 






GA-3MS 


0750 


0805 


0805 


0820 






GA-4MS 


1450 


1510 


1600 


1620 






GA-5MS 


1620 


1635 


1635 


1650 






GA-6MS 


1650 


1705 


1705 


1725 






GA-7MS 


2245 


2305 


2305 


2325 


GA-9R flicrht- mau nc 


r r"i^i t* 1 irv*.n"i -* 4- 


GA-8MS 


2345 


0005 


0005 


0025 



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Using activities will develop internal procedures to insure that passengers 
t^e s r in ' ^ SUffi0ient tin,e to board aircraft prior to the scheduled departu 



re 



Iddi^Laff?^ 1 fIlgh ! S ° r adJUSt ^ eratio ^ 1 time to meet Range Missio 
Additional flights or extension of a flight beyond approved destination wi 
approval of the CO. KMR (RKL-T) . 



ion requirements 
11 require the 



62 



SECTION 

HOURS OF OPERATION, 

— FACILITY PHONE 

ADULT EDUCATION OFFICE 82800 

("Hilton", Bldg. T1850, Room "C") 

t/ATHLETIC GEAR LOCKER 83420 

BAKERY SPECIAL ORDERS ."».'/. .1 .♦♦..♦.,, /^83425~ 

BANK OF HAWAII 82177 

(Bank Holidays: New Years Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July* 
Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day - CLOSED.)' 

BARBER SHOPS 

Appointment Only . . . , . 83516 

Walk In 83515 

"BARGAIN BAZAAR" N0M , 

BEACHES (Private parties by arrangement with Special Services) 83331 
"CORAL SANDS BEACH" Pavilicn - 83306 

"EMON BEACH" Pavillon . ^j 

Scheduled Lifeguard Duty Hours 
(Flag is hoisted when on duty) 

BEAUTY SALON (Appointment Only) 83319 

BOWLING ALLEY g3320 

CATERING SERVICE ORDERS , . . , 83425 

(Limited number of orders accepted, 48 hours at required) 

CHAPEL SERVICES 

SECRETARY ...,,. 83505 

CATU0LIC ■ 82116 

Mass of Che Sunday - Rwajalein 

Kwajalein 

Roi 
Weekday Mass - Kwajalein 
Confessions - Kwajalein 

Nursery School, Bldg, T1860 

Pre-School Instruction (ages 3 & 4) at Ivey School Rm. 102 

CCD Classes at George Seitz School 
Grades L through 6 

PROTESTANT , S376 _ 

Worship Services 

Nursery School, Bldg. T1860 

Sunday School at George Seitz School 

"CORAL SANDS BEACH" (See "REACHES") 

"CROSSROADS CLUB" s 834o7 

BAR 

FOOD SERVICE m€m _ g2292 

DENTAL CLINIC (Appointment Only) ..... 82l65 

DEPENDENTS POOL (See "SWIMMING POOLS 1 ') 

63 



3 

KWAJALEIN 



MONDAY 

TUES thru FRI 

DAILY 

MON thru SAT 

MON and THURS 

TUES, WED & FRI 

SATURDAY 



HOURS OF OPERAT 1 ON 



MON thru FRI 

SATURDAY 

MON thru FRI 
SAT and SUN 

MONDAY 



NO LIFECUARD ON DUTY 



MON thru FRI 

SAT, SUN & HOLIDAYS 

MON thru SAT 

MON thru FRI 

SATURDAY 

SUNDAY & HOLIDAYS 

MON thru FRI 



MON thru I 



SATURDAY 

SUNDAY 

SUNDAY 

MON thru FRI 

MON thru FRI 

SATURDAY 

SUNDAY 
SUNDAY 

SATURDAY 



SUNDAY 

SUN I : 

SUNDAY 



MON thru THUR 
FRI and SAT 
SUNDAY & HOLIDAYS 

DAILY except WED 

MON thru SAT 



4:00 PM to 8:00 PM 

8:00 AM to 12:00 AM 

8:30 AM to 5:30 PM 

9:30 AM to 3:00 PM 

11:00 AM to 1:00 PM 

4:00 PM to 8:00 PM 

10:00 AM to 1:00 PM 

CLOSED 



1 1 : 00 AM to 8 ; 00 PM 

9:00 AM to 6:00 PM 

10:00 AM to 8:00 PM 

9:00 AM to 6:00 PM 

3:30 PM to 5:00 PM 



3:30 PM to 6:30 PM 

9:30 AM to 6:30 PM 

8:00 AM to 6:30 PM 

9:30 AM to 11:30 PM 

9:30 AM to 12:00 PM 

10:00 AM to 11:30 PM 

7:30 AM to LI: 30 AM 

12:30 PM to 4:30 PM 



8:00 AM to 11:30 AM 
12:30 PM to 4:30 PM 









5:15 FM 


7 


:00 


AM 


& 9:15 AM 

11:20 AM 

4:45 PM 

4:30 PM 


4 


:30 


PM 


Co 5:00 PM 


7. 


35 


PM 


to 7:50 PM 


9 ; 


15 


AM 


MASS 


v 


15 


AM 


to 10:00 AM 



9:00 AM to 10:00 AM 



8:00 AM & 11:00 AM 

9:15 AM to 12:45 PM 

9:30 AM 



4:00 PM to 11:00 PM 
4:00 PM to 11:30 PM 
1:00 PM to 11:00 PM 

4:30 PM to 10:00 PM 

7:30 AM to 11:30 AM 
12:30 PM to 4:30 PM 



FACILITY 



DINING ROOMS 



EXECUTIVE DINING ROOM , . . . . 
(Also see "YOKWE YUK CLUB 1 ') 



"PACIFIC" DINING ROOM 



"EMQN BEACH" (See "BEACHES") 

EXECUTIVE DINING ROOM {See "DINING ROOMS") 

GOLF COURSE , 

GOLF COURSE CLUBHOUSE 

HOBBY SHOP, CRAFTS 

HOSPITAL 

DUTY HOURS 

EMERGENCIES 

IMMUNIZATIONS '".',' 

VISITING HOURS . 

(Children under 12 are not permitted to visit bed patients) 

LAUNDERETTE 

LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING , , , . , 

LIBRARY , 

LIQUOR DEPARTMENT, "TEN-TEN" STORE 

LUMBER YARD (Personal Use) 

(Price quotations and inventories not given by phone) 

"MACY'S" DEPARTMENT STORE , 

"MACYVS WEST" (Department Store Annex) ............ 

MARINA 

MICRONESIAN HANDICRAFT SHOP 

NURSERY SCHOOL . . . , . . 

(Special occasions on Sat & Sun) 

64 



PHONE 



83409 



HOURS OF OPERATION 



H9425 



ft,: lb '3 



82162 



NONE 
63462 

83439 
81010 

■82148 
82143 




NONE 



82158 



BREAKFAST 

MON thru SAT 
LUNCH 

MON thru SAT 
DINNER 

THUR thru TUBS 

WED (Steak Night) 
BRUNCH 

SUNDAY & HOLIDAYS 

I thru SAT 

BREAKFAST 
LUNCH 
DINNER 
SUNDAY & HOLIDAYS 
BREAKFAST 
BRUNCH 
DINNER 



5:00 AM to 8:00 AM 

11:15 AM to 1-00 PM 

5:30 PM to 7:30 PM 

5:30 PM to 9:00 PM 

9 : 00 AM to 1:00 PM 



5:00 AM to 8:00 AM 

11 00 AM to 1:15 PM 

4:30 PM to 6:30 PM 

5:00 AM to 9:00 AM 

10:00 AM to 12:30 PM 

4:00 PM to 6:30 PM 



NONE 


DAILY 


SUNRISE TO SUNSET 


83768 


MON cl,Li] | 


A: 30 PM to 


W PM 




SAT, SUN & HOLIDAYS 


7:30 PM to 


.0 PM 


83350 


TUES thru SUN 


12:30 PM to 


5:30 PM 






6:30 PM to 


9:30 PM 




Xmv;<Al 


CLOSED 





MON thru FRI 

SATURDAY AM 

SAT PM, SUN & HOLIDAYS 

ANY TIME 

MON thru FRI 

SATURDAY 
DALLY 



MON thru SAT 

MON and THURS 
TUES, WED & FRI 
SATURDAY 

1 thru SAT 
SUNDAY 

DAILY 



SATURDAY ONLY 



MON and THURS 



i, WED & FRI 



SATURDAY 



8:00 AM to 11:00 AM 
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM 
8:00 AM to 11:00 AM 

EMERGENCIES ONLY 



7 : 30 AM to 

1;00 PM ro 
7:30 AW 

PM to 

6:00 PM to 



8:30 AM 
2:00 PM 
9:00 AM 
4:00 PM 
8:00 PM 



OPEN 24 HOURS 

8:30 AM to 7:30 AM 

7:30 AM to 7:30 PM 

7:30 AM to 5:00 PM 

7:30 AM to 1:00 PM 

9:00 AM to 10? 00 PM 

1:00 PM to 10:00 PM 

)0 AM to 2:30 PM 

4:00 PM to 10:00 PM 



7:30 AM to 11:00 AM 



10:30 AM to 

10 PM to 

10:30 AM to 

00 PM to 

9*30 AM to 



1:00 PM 

7:30 PM 

1:00 PM 

6:0*0 PM 

1:00 PM 



SAME AS "MACY'S" DEPARTMENT STORE 



MON, WED & FRI 

TUES & THUR 

SAT, SUN & HOLIDAYS 

MON thru SAT 

MON, TUES, WED & FRI 

THUR and SAT AFTERNOONS 

MON and THURS 

SUNDAY 

MON thru FRI 
SUNDAY 



9:30 AM to 6:30 PM 
1:30 PM to 6:30 PM 
8:00 AM to 6:30 PM 

9:00 AM to 11:00 AM 

1:00 PM to 3:00 PM 

CLOSED 

7:00 PM to 8:30 PM 

PLANE TIME ONLY 

7:15 AM to 4:45 PM 
9:15 AM to 12:45 PM 



FACILITY 



"OCEAN VIEW CLUB' 
BAR 



83587 



KITCHEN 
"PACIFIC" DINING ROOM (See "DINING ROOMS") 
PHOTO LAB (Special Services) ....... 

PISTOL RANGE ...... 

POST OFFICE . . , 

RADIO REPAIR SERVICE 

RADIO STATION, APRS 

SNACK BAR . , 

SPECIAL SERVICES OFFICE ... 

"SURFWAY" FOOD STORE « . , 

SWIMMING POOLS 

BACHELORS 

DEPENDENTS 

TEEN CENTER .♦*...,,». 

PRE-TEEN 
SENIOR TEENS 

PHOTO LAB 



"TEN-TEN" STORE . . , . 

TENNIS COURTS ............ 

THEATERS ....... 

"IVEY HALL" (Dependents Only) 
"OCEAN VIEW 1 ' (Adult Males Only) 
"RICHARDSON" 

Double Feature 
"YOKWE YUK" (Members Only) 

"TRADEUINDS" SNACK BAR . . 

TRAP RANGE , t 

"YOKWE YUK CLUB" .......... 

fAlsn see "EXECUTIVE DINING ROOM") 



83590 

82138 

83424 



83544 
83740 

83402 
83331 

8360? 

NONE 



83754 



81010 



NONE 



BONK 



HON thru THURS 
FRI and SAT 
SUNDAY & HOLIDAYS 

TUBS thru SUN 



MON thru FRI 

SAT and SUN 

SUNDAY 

MON and THURS 

TUES and FRI 

WED end SUN 
SATURDAY 

MON thru SAT 

MON thru SAT 
SUNDAY 

DAILY 

MON thru SAT 

MON thru FRI 

SATURDAY 



DAILY EXCEPT TUESDAY 
TUESDAY 

HON, TUES, WED & FRI 

THURSDAY 
SAT & SUN 



MON thru SAT 
MON thru THURS 
SATURDAY 

MON thru THURS 

FRI and SAT 
SUNDAY 

DAILY 



MON thru FRI 
SAT and SUN 



HOURS OF OPERATION 





DAILY 




DAILY 




DAILY 




SATURDAY 




DAILY 


83666 


DAILY 


12138 


SUNDAY 


83409 


MON thru THURS 




FRIDAY 




SATURDAY 




SUNDAY 



4:00 PM to 11:00 FM 

4:00 PM to 11:30 PM 

1:00 FM to 11; 00 PM 

4:00 PM to 10:00 PM 



5:30 PM to 11-00 PM 
12:00 AM to 11:00 PM 

1:00 PM to 4:30 PM 



10:00 AM co 
2:00 PM to 
5:30 PM to 

10:00 AM to 
2:00 PM to 

10:00 AM to 
CLOSED 



1:00 PM 

5:00 PM 
7 i 30 PM 
1:00 PM 
3:00 PM 

1:00 PM 



8:00 AM to 4:00 PM 

6:00 AM to 12:00 PM 
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM 

9; 00 AM to 10:00 FM 

7:30 AM to 11:30 AM 
12:30 PM to 4:30 PM 

10:00 AM to 1:00 FM 

3:00 PM to 6; 00 PM 

10:00 AM to 1:00 PM 

2:00 PM to 5:00 PM 



6:00 AM to 11:00 PM 
CLOSED FOR CLEANING 

8:30 AM to 11; 30 AM 

12 t 10 PM to 9:00 PM 
CLOSED FOR CLEANING 
9:30 AM to 9:00 PM 



3:30 PM to 5:30 FM 



7:00 PM 
8:00 PM 
8:00 PM 

6:00 PM 

CLOSED 

12:00 AM 

10:00 AM 

4:00 FM 

6:30 AM 
7:30 AM 



6:30 PM 

7:30 PM 



7:00 PM 



to 10 
to 11 

to 11: 

to 10: 

to 6: 

to 2: 
to 10: 

to 11: 

to 11; 



:00 PM 
;30 PM 
:00 PM 

00 PM 

00 PM 

3C PM 

00 PM 

30 PM 
30 PM 



& 8:30 PM 

& 12:15 AM 

7:30 PM 

9:30 PM 

& 9:00 PM 



11:00 AM to 7:00 PM 

1:00 PM to 4:30 PM 

4:00 PM to 11; 30 PM 

4:00 PM to 12:00 PM 

1:00 PM to 12:00 PM i 

1:00 PM to 11:30 PM 



65 



SECTION 3 

HOURS OF OPERATION 
ROI-NAMUR 

FACILITY PHONE HOURS OF OPERATION 

BANK OF HAWAII . ♦ NONE FRIDAYS and EACH 10:45 AM to 1:15 FM 

WED FOLLOWING GLOBAL PAYDAY 

BARBER SHOP AND LAUNDRY . . . , 99366 XUES & TOUR 11:00 AM to 7 00 PM 

SATURDAY 8:00 AM to 12:00 AM 

1:00 PM to 5:00 PM 

COMMUNITY SERVICES » . 99272 MON thru SAT 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM 

DINING ROOM , 99368 MON thru SAT 

BREAKFAST 6:00 AM to 7 : 30 AM 

LUNCH 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM 

DINNER 5:30 PM to 7:00 FM 

SUNDAY 

BREAKFAST 6:00 AM to 7:30 AM 

BRUNCH 8:00 AM to 12:30 PM 

DINNER 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM 

DISPENSARY , . 99325 MON thru SAT 7:30 AM to 11:00 AM 

12:00 AM to 4:30 PM 

SUNDAY 7:30 AM to 11:30 AM 

EMERGENCY ANY TIME 

"GIMBEL'S" DEPARTMENT STORE 99369 MON thru SAT 10:45 AM to 12:30 FM 

4:30 PM to 6:00 PM 

"JAKAROO CLUB 11 BAR .... ; 99364 MON thru SAT 4:00 FM to 11:00 PM 

SUNDAY 1:00 PM to 11:00 PM 

LIBRARY 99147 MON, TUE t THUR, FRI & SAT 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM 

WEDNESDAY CLOSED 

SUNDAY 2:00 PM to 6:00 FH 

LIQUOR STORE {See "GIMBEL'S 1 ') 

MARINA 99234 DAILY 7:30 AM to 6:30 PM 

MOVIE (See "TRADEUIND5") 

PHOTO LAB . , . . NONE OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY 

POST OFFICE 99375 SUN thru FRI 10:00 AM to 12:00 AM 

3:30 PM to 6:00 PM 

SATURDAY CLOSED 

RELIGIONS SERVICES 

CATHOLIC SUNDAY 11:20 AM 

PROTESTANT SUNDAY 7:00 PM 

RETAIL AND LIQUOR STORE (See "GIMBEL'S") 

SNACK BAR • . • . 99370 DAILY EXCEPT WED 4:30 PM to 10:30 PM 

"TRADEWINDS" MOVIE THEATER ...... .... 99414 NIGHTLY 8:00 PM 



66 



SECTION 4 



PERSONNEL LISTINGS 

ALL NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS ( ) ARE THE POST OFFICE BOX NUMBERS 



A 



ABJNOSA, A, 

SURF 101 (726) 
ACHICA, F,J, 

CORAL 309 
ADAMS* C,J, 

SHELL 305 (1425) 
ADAMS, CHARLES 

PALM 309 (889) 
ADDINGTON, J f R, (MARIAN 

TR 623 (1384) 
ADDY, A, (EVELYN) 

410-A <786) 
ADEN, A, (CAROLYN) 

450-C ( 2087 J 
ADENT, R, (DOLORES) 

TR 766 (2366) 
AGANA, CLEMENTE 

SURF 104 (1811) 
AHRING, R f C, 

REtF 304 (1858) 
AIKAU, DAVID 

COHAL 322 (156) 
AKAMINfc, PAUL 

REEF 128 
AKAU, S,K, 

PBFQ 



AKERS, T.L, 



(54) 

(957) 

(8456) 



SANDS 308 
ALENSONORIN, R, 

NJKE 108 
ALEXANDER, A,B, 

APACHE 3 
ALEXANDER, T.C.M. 

SHELL 302 (798) 
ALGARHA, F, 

SHfeLL 317 (179) 
ALLASU-Z^ (LOLITA) 

CUL22& «313) 

ALLEN, M f W, (LEONORA) 

489-A (1435) 
ALLEN. P.W, (MILLIE) 

TR 520 (2373) 
AMANT6* A, 

REEF 106 
ANDERS, j f V, (AUDREY) 

430-A (239) 
ANDERS, PETER 

REEF 104 (2124) 
ANDERSON, F.E f 

SPRINT 8 (997) 
ANDERSON, G.H f (NIDRA) 

TR 761 (1469) 
ANDERSON, H.A, 

REEF 301 (1207) 



GLOBAL 
GLOBAL 

RAYTHEON 

GLOBAL 

MDAC 

GLOBAL 
RCA 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 
RCA 

GLOBAL 
GLOBAL 
GLOBAL 
GLOBAL 

WECO 

GLOBAL 

BTL 

KENTRON 

RCA 

weco 

KENTRON 



83486 

83551 

83365 

83592 

77350 

84194 

83555 

84241 

81152 

82382 

8335? 

83698 

99253 

82779 

82596 

82756 

83451 

82597 

81569 

84304 

6331^ 

82722 

83752 

84221 

81545 

82818 

0121V 

84710 

9936 8 

9914H 

99679 

99387 

8124V 

841B4 

81349 

84195 

84144 

84622 

83451 

82581 

77565 

83219 

83337 

82123 

77243 

62621 

83773 

83697 

99177 

99689 

77248 

82518 

31000 

84252 



ANDERSON, J, J, 

SPRINT J (8270) 
ANDREWS, j -A| 

PALM 102 
ANDREWS, j # w, 

PALM 208 
ANURULIS, A t (hLfcNA) 

457-A (208) 
ANS ONi. DON (PHYLLIS) 

R 91&) (23/2) 
ANTONIO, P.H, 

CORAL 301 (573) 
APlLAOO, ABRAHAM 

SHELL 310 
ARHbS, A, 

GUGfcbGUE (135) 
ARM J STEAD, Q, (SHAKUN) 

TR 644 (b8) 
ARNOLD, J,P, (RITA) 

««0-A (1532) 
ARHfcLLlN A.C, 

CORAL 201 (623) 
ASANO, H, 

R&bF 3*6 (2212) 

LfrY A,N, (ANN) 

TR 932 (92) 
ATKINS, WILLIAM 

CORAL 314 (682) 
ATKINSON* C.M, (WALMA) 

TR 719 (2273) 
ATKINSON, H t L, (SANDY) 

212-B (202) 
AVfcRY, J,A, (JEAN) 

TR 798 (1058) 



ACA, j f H t (LUPfc) 

TR o«5> c ^9 ) 
bADGETT, T,N, 

CORAL 306 (2375) 
BAfcR, R,Lt WODY) 

!* 801 (1402) 
BAGNALL. -L , J, < JACK! t ) 

TR 7H (1269) 
BAILEY, C f M, (JO) 

207-B (733) 
BAILEY, J t O, 

APACHE 1 
BAILEY, R t (LOHRAlNfc) 

TR 629 (1027) 
BAIRO, ROBERT 

REEF 211 (123y) 
BAKER, j iAf 

CORAL 217 (2003) 
BALUQN, CRAIG (JANET) 
TR 886 (508) 



B 



RCA 


99374 




99^45 


WfcCU 


77470 




84201 


WECO 


77470 


- 


84210 


8 AND R 


81469 




82464 


GLOBAL 


82Q11 




84613 


KENTRON 


83447 




82590 


GLOBAL 


81706 




84175 


KENTRON 


83325 




83440 


MIT/LL 


99696 




82585 


MM 


77472 




8350 7 


KENTRON 


81219 




62237 


GLOHAL 


83426 




82547 


WL-CU 


77289 




84632 


GLOHAL 


63317 




82^66 


GLOBAL 


83317 




82810 


KENTRON 


83528 




83490 


IBM 


77210 




82532 



sandia 


81131 




84692 


GLOHAL 


82125 




82480 


MM 


77561 




84501 


KENTRON 


81562 




82423 


BTL 


81358 




8 2 753 


RCA 


99523 




99387 


GLOBAL 


83705 




83656 


KENTRON 


81127 




84315 


GLOBAL 


83316 




62259 


CDC 


62043 




84566 



67 



ALL NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS () ARE THE POST OFFICE BOX NUMBERS 



BALDWIN, F t A, (VERNA) 
TK 67^ (1551) 

BALStW* D,J, 
TR 791 

BAMt, G.W, 

REfc* 201 
BARCLAY, K,J 

TK 892 
BARKEN, CiRi 

PALH 101 
BARNES, £, 

SANUS 303 (501) 
BARQNE, A,N, (LINDA) 



(CAROL) 
(1662) 



(HOHB1 ) 
(1694) 

(1907) 



TK 54 4 



(129) 



BARTHOLOMEW, J t C .( ELEANOR ) 

TR 581 (2077) 
BARRETT, N, (PAT) 

TR 655 (942) 
BASIN5KI, V t A, 

PALH 108 (238) 
BASS, L»D, (MARLENE) 

TR 826 (98) 
BASS, M, MRS t 

TR 826 (98) 
BASTJANELLI, S.R.(MARY) 

TR 546 (211) 
BATESON, J t p, 

CORAL 119 (714) 

BATHEY, J.W,, CW2 

REEF 225 (1837) 

BATTfcN, p t 

SHELL 208 
BATTOE, J, 

APACHE 6 (58) 
BAYSiNGER* E t E. (DOROTHY) 

444-A (236) 
BEALL, H,y t , CW4 

REEK 228 
SEALS, RALPH (SHARLENE) 

TR 875 (656) 
BLAN, G f £, t CW3 (JOANNt 

418-B (301) 
BEARD* S ( E, 

APACHE 13 (8383) 
BEATTY, R,R, (BRENDA) 

TK 863 (1434) 
BEAULIEU, D.E, (PAT) 

411-C (1674) 
BEAVER, A ( D, (JUDY) 

4B6-B (1504) 
BEHINU, E,J t 

REEF 308 (227) 
BEIERLE, L, MRS, 

444-B (534) 
BEIERLE, W.F, (LEE) 

444-B (534) 
BEL ANGER, A,E, 

3PRJNT 7-8 (8308) 
BELARMINQ, L,C, (FLORENCE) 

TR 532 £14) 
BELL, EVANS (HOSITA) 

451-C (2222) 
BELLAMY, GEORGE 

REt^ 119 £731) 
BENNETT, D.L, (DOLLY) 

43b-B (763) 
BENNETT, DOLLY, MRS, 



4.JB-B 



(763) 



BENSON, p # (CAROLYN) 
TR 995 (2356) 

BENSON, R, (KfcLLlE) 
214-B £289) 

Bef HWU-JLi A » (BONNIE) 
fiH 90£> (1528) 



GLOBAL 

SYL 

KENTRON 

RCA 

WECO 

KENTRON 

B AND R 

KENTRON 

RAYT 

WECO 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

RAYT 

GLOBAL 

SAFSEA 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

RCA 

SAFSEA 

GLOBAL 

SAFSEA 

GLOBAL 
MM 

RCA/BTL 

KMR 

KENTRON 

bOH 

KHR 

SYLVANIA 

KMR 

FAA 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

SAFOPS 

BTL 

WECO 



83315 

82350 

99237 

82514 

83325 

84277 

99605 

84592 

77545 

84128 

83773 

82804 

81474 

83579 

83215 

82356 

77515 

83316 

77487 

84229 

77300 

84526 

82165 

84526 

77476 

82189 

83539 

83689 

77481 

82624 

81583 

84153 

99558 

99247 

99593 

82243 

77414 

83766 

83344 

84575 

77546 

82833 

99369 

995 50 

81620 

84563 

81591 

83725 

84841 

84466 

81569 

82549 

82177 

81926 

8377fc 

8192B 

99342 

99545 

81411 

82324 

83349 

82701 

83451 

83H9 

83315 

82589 

83446 

82589 

81423 

84695 

81503 

83681 

77279 

84 60 2 



BERGEN, W. (LOUISE) 
TR 765 (2264) 

BERGSTRQM, GEURUE 
REEF 330 £151) 

BERKE8ILE, R,A ( 

SHELL 219 
BERNELLA, D t M, (GLORIA) 

TR 899 (718) 
BERNSTEIN, L. (SUSAN) 

229*8 (966) 
BERRY, R t M f (SHIRLEY) 

TR 768 C22V3) 
BERRY, SHIRLEY, MRS, 

TR 768 (2293) 
BE V ILL, E,W, 

SPRINT 13 
BIALLY, T |( DR (PHYLLIS) 

419-A (58) 
BJKERNIEKS, U, (VJ) 

415-A (185) 
9INA, CURTIS J, 

REEF 316 
BIRKLER, JOHN 

ZEUS 4 
BIRKLER, N, (SARAH) 



463-A 



(1445) 



BJRKLER, S f MRS, 

463-A (1445) 
BIXLER, D,B, (IRENE) 

462-A (1329) 
BLACKMONi PAUL L, 

CORAL 301 (1025) 
BLACKWOOD, 8, J, (B1NN1E) 

402-C (722) 
BLAJR, I,j, (JERRY) 

448-A (339) 
BLAKE, CARL (THfcLHA) 

226-A (2283) 
BLAKELY, C. E, (NANCY) 

TR 566 (1642) 
BLANCHARD, P,G, (DOTTY) 



214 



til A. 




A (2371) 
JLH, (BETTYi 



BLEAKLY, H,H,, JR* 

SHELL 101 (145) 
BLESSING, M,R, 

SHELL 220 (1683) 
BLOEDEL, b t D, (LUCY) 

485-C (2344) 
BLOUSE, GARY D, 

HEEF 112 
BLUETTE, R.J. 

TR 660 
HLUMBERU, c,L# 

REEF 201 
BLuRTON, JACK 

REEF 202 
BLYLEH, KARL E. 

SHELL 311 (189V) 
BOATMAN, J,C, 

PALM 202 
BOBON, R,F, 

ATLAS 2 (58) 
BOUDON, G,R, (CAROL) 



145) 



(1061) 



4Q2-B 



(2232) 



BOHNING, J ( R f (MARY ANN) 

223-B (2103) 
BOND, C, 

CORAL 210 (227) 
BOND, W t W, (HELEN) 

TR 565 (557) 
BONER, E.K, 

ENNYLABEGAN (65) 



GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

MIT/LL 

BTL 

MDAC 

WECO 

RCA 

MIT/LL 

RAYT 

GLOBAL 
RCA 

GLOBAL 

MIT/LL 

WECO 

KENTRON 

MDAC 

KENTRON 

MIT/LL 

MIT/LL 

BTL 

MM 

KTN/BTL 
GLOBAL 

RCA 

KENTRON 

RAYTHEON 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

WECO 

KENTRON 

BTL 

BTL 

KENTRON 

8 AND R 

KENTRON 



82168 
82252 

82107 

84147 

81249 

64124 

99585 

84599 

77501 

82335 

77553 

62440 

61323 

82440 

99309 

99545 

99609 

82388 

77557 

82563 

82107 

64316 

99329 

99389 

82168 

82613 

99624 

82613 

61539 

82778 

81569 

82590 

77591 

84326 

81000 

63370 

99481 

82349 

99195 

83235 

81260 

82465 

81330 

84656 

77377 

84137 

81469 

84125 

99230 

82657 

81900 

64812 

82707 

81549 

84277 

81576 

84334 

77412 

84150 

77561 

84231 

99448 

99388 

77252 

83329 

77429 

63648 

81000 

82321 

61322 

62661 

81436 



68 



ALL NUMBERS IN PARENTHfcSlS () ARF THfc POST UFFICfc BOX NUMBERS 



BQRGQS, £, (GLADYES) 


GLOBAL 


TR 823 (984) 




BOSTJCK, H,A f ,DR (SHEJLA) 


MIT/LL 


TR 605 (2261) 




BOSTON, 0*J»f 


KENTRQN 


CORAL 317 (779) 




BO$WELL. P, (PAT) 


GLOBAL 


426-A (864) 




BOURAS, S»G, 


SYL 


APACHE 8 (8308) 




BOWDEN, W ( C. (DARLENE) 


NWS 


TR 896 (2267) 




BOWLING, FRANK 


GLOBAL 


SANDS 108 (2032) 




BOYD, H,E| 


RCA 


SPRINT 16 (997) 




8QY0, J, 


KENTRON 


CORAL 321 (501) 




BOYD, R, 


KENTRON 


SANDS 312 (1207> 




BRADLEY, C,R, 


GLOBAL 


REEF 315 




BRADLEY, J,V,L.,DR t (JANE) GLOBAL 


497-B (685) 




BRADY* T, 


GLOBAL 


SANDS 112 (201) 




BRAND, J nt C. (NINA) 


WECO 


EJft* 97g^ (2301) 




BRAnTWTR,P ( (DIANE) 


BTL 


449-B (1535) 




BRANTLEY L, (SON1A) 


SAFSEA 


TR 856 (401) 




BRAULT, J,L. 


GLOBAL 


SANDS Hi (772) 




BRENEMAN, J, (JEAN) 


KENTRON 


TR 716 (1836) 




BRESSI, J,A, (VERA) 


BTL 


207-A (1293) 




BRESSI, V, MRS, 


W£CQ 


207-A (1293) 




BREWER, 0, (BARBARA) 


KENTRON 


473-B (121) 




BRIGHT, tiB. CLJNNEA) 


KENTRON 


467-B (2111) 


, 


BRIGHT, TtB, 


GLOBAL 


CORAL 307 (679) 




BRfSTER» G,R, (DEE) 


MM 


TR 530 (1824) 




BROCK, C, (MASAKO) 


AT-LIL 


TR 552 (1213) 




BROOBECK, 6 t K, 


W6C0 


SHELL 117 




BRQNSON, BRUCE 


KENTRON 


SANDS 202 (2307) 




BROOKS, C.E* (RUTH) 


GLOBAL 


TR 817 (2094) 




BROOKS, R, MRS, 


GLOBAL 


TH 817 (2094) 




BROWN, 8,L, 


GLOBAL 


NIKE 109 




BROWN, C f J, (BETTY) 


RCA 


485-A (1624) 




BROWN, G ( W,(CHRISTEL) 


MJT/LL 


484-B (104) 




BROWN* J,C, (DONNA) 


RCA 


456 -A (266) 




BROWN. JA«ES JR, 


GLOBAL 


SURF 104 (515) 




BROWN^JyJ, (ALICE) 


WECO^f 


TH 968 (2041) 




BROH^JLC, (GAIL) 


RCA 


TR 9 7,3 (997) 
BROTH*';' W7L, (JOY) 




WECO 


440-8 (693) 





83426 

84523 

9943^ 

82791 

83270 

82533 

82015 

83487 

99162 

99245 

83482 

84596 

83406 

82190 

99329 

99545 

83773 

83405 

83210 

84289 

82013 

84309 

82224 

82384 

83552 

82291 

76210 

84672 

77316 

82357 

77440 

84556 

83330 

83716 

83596 

83583 

81326 

82790 

81169 

82790 

81360 

84473 

81355 

82373 

83752 

84117 

81618 

82693 

83660 

82416 

77200 

84127 

81123 

B3I23 

83601 

84517 

83601 

84517 

99444 

99166 

9925 

82614 

81255 

82282 

99339 

82626 

82168 

82597 

77388 

84638 

99626 

84673 

77356 

82544 



BRUBAKER, W, (PKJSCULA) 

TW 66/ (604) 
BRUCE, CARLA# MRS, 

210-A (1643) 
MttUCb, W,H, (UAHLA) 

210-A (1643) 
BRL^ JfcLO, G,K, (CAROLYN) 

TW B68 Q2U7) 
BRYANT, R,L # (WUTH) 

*U2 (^351) 

BHYARS, H,K f JR. (SHJRLEY) 

TW 915 (971) 
HHYDGfcS, U,R t (KATHLEEN) 

472-B (946) 
BRYDtiES, K, *HS, 

472-d (946) 
BRilOZNOWSKl, C,T» (NORMA) 

TR 853 (508) 
BRZOZNOWSKI, NORMA, MRS, 

TR 853 (508) 
BUCCIGRUSSl, R,A r (MAUREEN WECCb*~ 

TR 616 (983) 
BUCK, E, CHAPL, (ALICE) 

TR 770 (1711) 
BUCKLEY, K,J t (U0RO1HY) 

491-A (1288) 
BU*F6TT, R, tAUtLE) 

TR 780 (1305) 
BULL, J t G, (STELLA) 

TR 550 (1839) 
3ULLAHD, D f (CINDY) 

TR 9/5 (1448) 
BUNKER, J t MRS, 

431-B (232) 
BUNKER, W,£ t (JAN) 

431-H (232) 
BURGESS, H.D, 

CORAL H9 (383) 
BURKE, A,L, (NANCY) 

TR 562 (1003) 
BURKE, D,J, 

SANDS 110 
BUwKE, R,t, 

PALM 310 
BURKE, T,J, (MARY JO) 

405-D (954) 
BURKHAM, \),R 9 

PALM 113 (1881) 
BURNS, D,T, (MARY U,J 

TR 867 (696) 
BURRIS, EDWARD 

8042/7 (56) 
BURSEY, R,E, (PATRICIA) 

TR 903 (2035) 
BU«f, C,D, (SHIRLEY) 

4?4-C (14371 
BURTON, R, MSG (RUTH ANN) 

|W m (1654) 
BURTON, R,A, MRS, 

TR 991 (1654) 
BUTCHER, H,*, (IRENE) 

TR 541 (278) 
BUTLER, R,E, (TSUYAKO) 

TR 884 (981) 
BUYCO, I,(NENfc) 

[R 7/4 («21) 
BYfcRS, C,J, 

HEEF 323 (1523) 
BYRON, W,H, (MADELINE) 

TR 813 (195) 
B2DON, D,A,,5FC 

REEF 219 (546) 



IBM 

GLOBAL 

BTL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

IBM 

GLOBAL 
GLOBAL 
CDC 

MOAC 



GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

WECO 

WECO 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

RCA 

WECO 

UNIVAC 

GLOBAL 

SYL 

MDAC 

KMR 

MIT/LL 
WECO 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

SAFSEA 



99^0/ 
82360 
&2141 

61546 

83*74 

84004 

84568 

83500 

8 363U 

7721U 

84615 

83337 

82713 

83307 

82713 

b2U43 

84553 

77571 

84S53 

77231 

82276 

83 767 

83724 

84449 

83659 

83357 

84330 

7745b 

82179 

77357 

84675 

61677 

82567 

83496 

8256 7 

82170 

63689 

83601 

82205 

82131 

84^82 

8216B 

82574 

99134 

82843 

81473 

84202 

77457 

84467 

99271 

99142 

99161 

64603 

81155 

83626 

81414 

84691 

99602 

84691 

77357 

83644 

81549 

84584 

82107 

8231* 

83220 

84368 

82166 

84513 

77462 

83218 



69 



ALL NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS II ARE THE POST OFFICE BOX NUMBERS 



c 



CAFFALL, CLIFTON 


GLOBAL 


PALM 313 12H> 




CALAR, J,P, (MARIE) 


KMR 


TR 512 {14) 




CALHOUN, L,R, 


GLOBAL 


CQKAL 311 




CALHOUN # DBlfc D t 


GLOBAL 


SANDS 109 (1465) 




CALLAUJNE, R, (RSE) 


GLOBAL 


FH 818 (2264) 




CALLJCUTTj E f 


WECO 


PALM 107 (2303) 




CAMERON, BETTY, MRS* 


MIT/LL 


TR 583 (1048) 




CAMERON, C P J ( 


GLOBAL 


SANDS 109 (1336) 




CAMERON, W,C f (BETTY) 


B AND R 


TR 583 (1048) 




CAMP, J t W, (BETSY) 


SAFOPS 


215-6 (263) 




CAMPANA, D,L, 


RCA 


ZEUS 6 




CAMPBELL, ALAN (ANN) 


GLOBAL 


TR 825 (2264) 




CAMPBELL, D.O, (PATJ 


RAYT 


TR 726 (1211) 




CAMPBELL, G, (MARJ) 


MJT/LL 


TK 504 (1923) 




CAMPi, R,J, 


RCA 


SPRINT 2 




CANTU, ERNEST 


GLOBAL 


SHELL 212 




CAPELLA, G f J f 


RCA 


AJAX 16 




CAPELLA, J f M, 


GLOBAL 


GUGEEGUE (135) 




CAROAMON, WILLIAM 


GLOBAL 


PALM 312 




CARDINAL* J. (NADEAN) 


RCA 


TR 630 (2066) 




CARDINAL, NADEAN, MRS, 


GLOBAL 


TR 630 (2066) 




CARDJ^ALE, S,J, MRS, 


BTL 


gR974J (991) 




CAR0TWtrE. F t (BETTY> 


MM 


TR 974 (991) 




CARNES, R,W, 


KENTRON 


CORAL 106 (297) 




CARPENTER, D r E, 


W6C0 


PALM 111 




CARTER, B,W, (MARGARET) 


KENTRON 


422-8 (1387) 




CARTER, M,L. 


WECO 


PALM 201 (1804) 




CASEJf^ A^C, (VIRGINIA) 


GLOBAL 


XtR92p (1852) 




CASK£Y7"j#B. (JO) 


RCA 


211-A (2345) 




CASPINO, D,A, 


GLOBAL 


SHELL 301 (897) 




CASS^JULB.A, (MARGARET) 


KENTRON 


CK V1& (1911) 




CASsurfiv.^M. mrs, 


BTL £#*• 


TR916 "71911) "^ 


CASTfcLLl, J,N ( (DAWN) 


SYL 


416-8 (478) 




CASTRO, J v 


GLOBAL 


REEF 329 (1485) 




CAUDILLf E, (EVELYN) 


GLOBAL 


TR 889 (998) 





83589 
84214 
81516 
82488 
83555 
82562 
82168 
82752 
82168 
84518 
77481 
84206 
99486 
82645 
82168 
82752 
81242 
82645 
77272 
82442 
99506 
99389 
83357 
84525 
77476 
B1925 
99614 
82792 
99685 
99544 
83752 
84159 
99212 
99501 
83497 
83497 
82143 
84217 
99261 
82275 
82141 
82275 
81627 
84674 
81620 
84674 
77262 
82558 
77470 
84204 
81107 
83240 
77470 
84135 
83353 
84627 
99310 
82670 
81350 
84176 
81494 
84616 
77402 , 
T46l6 
99323 
82364 
83324 
84365 
82173 
84589 



CEHIANI, D.J, (PAT) 

TR 631 (885) 
CHAMBERLAIN, A, (KAZUKOJ 

497-A (158) 
CHAMPION, N,H, 

REEF 209 
CHANDLERt G,B, 

PALM 305 (193) 
CHANG, E»5, 

SURF |05 (726) 
CHANG, G ( M, (MARGARET) 

TR 503 (1517) 
CHANG, R t W,K, 

REEF 124 (452) 
CHARBONEAU,C, 8, (ROSALIE) 

TR 584 (230»> 
CHEATWOOD, H,K, 

REEF 305 (932) 
CHUDERSr T f H, (MYRTLE) 

TR 569 (868) 
CHING, P § (SADAKO) 

JR 74* (206) 
CHlSHOLM* R f H ( CN2 (RUTH) 

487-0 (292) 

choban, mike 

shell 212 (13) 
chun, t, (terri) 

421-A (636) 
CHUN, TERRI, MRS, 

421- A (836) 
CICCIA, N,A, (ANGELA) 

425-B (299) 
CIGANEK, J,P t 

SHELL 101 
CLARK, C.fe, (BETTY) 

427-B (1 ) 
CLARK, M* MRS, 

tR 754 (1045) 
CLARK, M.F, 

SANDS 209 (829) 
CLARK, P,fe f (MARNETTE) 



TR 754 
CLARK, w*c, 

REEF 212 
CLARK, H f 0, 

TR 528 



(1045) 
III 

(612) 
(PAULINE) 

(2354) 



215-A 
COLBURN, 

223-A 
COLBURN, 

223-A 



CLEMENT, L*W I# LTC (JUDY) 

1Q5-B (2224) 
CLITHERQWi M f T, (CAROLYN) 

fR 664 (526) 
COBLE, K t (GLAOYCE) 

TR 746 (2204) 
COCHRON, D,E, (MARTHA) 

(782) 
b,E, (JANE) 

(2317) 
J, MRS, 

(2317) 
COLEMAN, STEPHEN 

SHELL 103 (723) 
COLES, CLIFF D, 

CORAL 201 (623) 
CQNCIL1Q, J, 

CORAL 302 (1456) 
CONNOLE, SHEILA 

SURF 210 
CONSJDINE, B, (LOUISE) 

(1229) 
(MELD 

(2225) 
M*S, 

(2225) 



408-A 
COOK, A f W, 

451-B 
COOK, N,G t 

451-d 



COUK, R,B,,MAJ (DONNA) 
219-A (20) 



SYLVANJA 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

WECO 

GLOBAL 

RCA 

MZC 

MMC 

KENTRON 

MgCO 

GLOBAL 

SAFSEA 

GLOBAL 

FAA 

WECO 

MIT/LL 

KTN/8TL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

RCA 

KMR 

BTL 

GLOBAL 

BTL 

KENTRON 

BTL 

RAYT 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 
RAYT 

BTL 

KENTRON 

CE 



99306 

82483 

82168 

82630 

81226 

83416 

77487 

84236 

84445 

82311 

99654 

82314 

63351 

62809 

8162* 

62636 

82575 

64344 

61320 

62643 

63593 

62304 

77421 

83244 

82162 

84159 

82196 

83438 

61208 

63438 

99285 

82367 

77377 

84137 

83450 

83634 

61367 

82762 

82117 

62286 

83375 

62762 

7 7464 
62232 
99540 
62691 
61415 
62363 
77224 
82327 
82013 
82512 
81530 
62256 
81677 

8 3252 
81442 
63262 
77386 
84126 
83773 
82237 
83594 
84256 
82224 
83791 
77563 
63716 
61553 
82465 
84730 
02465 
62167 
82>53 



70 



ALL NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS () ARC THE POST UFFJCfc BOX NUMdEKS 



COOK, StL, 

REEF 316 (2133) 
C0QKU5, K, (MART-BOOTS) 

TR 676 (737) 
CO0M8E, 0,A,,CPT (BETTY) 

423*8 €1612) 
COOMyES, W,D, (ELVIRA) 

TR 341 (2062) 
COON, E f (JANET) 

TR 626 (1266) 
COOPER, K,K. (TEIKO) 

479-B (1417) 
COOPER, R,8, (SHAREN) 

TR 647 (1303) 
COOPER, SHAREN MRS 

TR 647 (1303) 
COREY, J, (GERRY) 

446*B (333) 
CORLE, W,J,, CW4 (ANN) 

401-A (1484) 
CORMACK, L,J, (MARCILE) 

2Q$-A (756) 

coseoojLto, c, 

SANDS 204 (1921) 
COUCH, R,A, (MOLLY) 

TR 836 (2321) 
COUPE, RON 

SANDS 311 (1024) 
COURTNEY, J,H, 

SHELL 305 (82) 
COVINGTON, F,L. (LEE) 

436*0 (191) 
COX, JON W, 

SHfeLL 314 (165) 
COX, R,J, (JANINE) 

TR 846 (1039) 
CRA0TREE, K, (COLLEEN) 

TR 546 (1846) 
CRAIG, G,T» (JOYCE) 

TR 655 (163) 
CRAMER, GtP, 
SANDS 305 
CRAWFORD, J.V, 

SHELL 306 (1025) 
CRESSWELL, D,L, (DONNA) 

476-8 (1931) 
CR16ARJ, JAMES 

SHELL 219 (1472) 
CROCE, W f J t (MARIE) 

TR 507 (1294) 
CROSBY, PAMELA 

SURF 210 (331) 
CROSSLEY,L.M, (PATRICIA) 

TR 879 (2226) 
CRU5ER, R,L. 

AJAX 2 
CUBA, J,L, (ALICE) 

209B (2086) 
ULLEi4.iL (MAUREEN) 

9^0 (1692) 
CURR7TTrTf,E, (OLIVE) 

TR 732 
CURTJS, BRADLEY 

SURF 103 (44) 
CURTIS, C» (JUDY) 

413-B (719) 
CUTCHSHAW, C t M f (8EATRIZ) 

TR 707 (1339) 
CYPHERT, A f S f 

SANDS 216 (35) 



GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

KMR 

SAFSEA 

GLOBAL 

NHS 

SAFSEA 

BTL 

SYL 

SAFSEA 

KMR 

GLOBAL 

SYL 

KENTRON 

RCA 

KMR 

KTN/BTL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

W6C0 

KENTRON 

KTN/BTL 

BTL 

GLOBAL 

BTL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

RCA 

MDAC 

RAYTHEON 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

KMR 

MDAC 

BTL 



82144 

84316 

62168 

84578 

81523 

83759 

77520 

84541 

83315 

84528 

82136 

8J410 

81298 

84547 

81512 

84547 

99469 

83569 

77461 

83237 

83778 

82434 

83395 

82400 

99237 

84538 

81900 

84338 

81554 

84194 

84113 

82539 

77215 

84166 

84909 

84546 

83444 

83475 

77293 

84455 

83225* 

83722 

77215 

84176 

81359 

82565 

77407 

84124 

77295 

83727 

82224 

83791 
81684 
84579 

99381 

99386 

81551 

83534 

76203 

84630 

99302 

82605 

82168 

83547 

83400 

83691 

77558 

82740 

77471 

82376 



D 



U ALWQRA, J t 9, (ROSALIE) 

204-b (616) 
DAGLIAN, J,S f (SHIMLAND) 

471-A (237) 
DAILY, ROBERT 

RfcfcF 316 (626) 
DALICKAS, F,1 t 

AJAX 10 
DALY, T,E f 

CORAL 212 (1207) 
DANDRiDGE, C,t f 

SHELL 209 (2357) 
DANIEL, DfcWEY 

PALM 313 



(853) 
(812) 
(1506) 



DANKO, A t 

SANDS 105 
DAUNIS, F t 

CORAL 308 
DAVIS, y ( N t (LINDA) 

TR 653 (336) 
DAVJS, JOHN V, (JOYCE) 

468-ti (532) 
DAVIS, L.W, (DAVYE) 

TR 536 (1511) 
DAVIS, W # U, (MARY) 

TR 882 (427) 
DAWSON, R,L f ' 

SHELL 107 (1942) 
DAY. R, UTC (JEAN) 

227-B (1223) 
UE FREYTAS, DUUtfLAS 

CORAL 316 (572) 

DE LA CRUZ,J f £ f CPT(AMfcLJA 

421-B C1257) 

DE LISig, MICHAtL 

AJAX I (8334) 

DE V£MUJ,Wt (JEANETTE) 

< U nO (2121) 
DE WTfT," CLEVE 

SPRINT 11 (8461) 
UEENERp j f j, (JUDY) 

TR 997 (2384) 
DEPAZIO, M.J, 

SPRINT 9 (8308) 
DEL CHECCQLO^, (MARILYN) 

459-C (388) 
DEMURS, L, (PHYLLIS) 



(1632) 
(1423) 



(938) 

(446) 

(DOTTY) 

(1525> 



442 B 
DEMPSfcY, H f 

SANDS 218 
OENDEKKfcR, j,P 

REEF 208 
DENNY, J, 

CORAL 315 
DENNY, P 4 H, 

SHELL 120 
DENSFORD, P f H, 

TR 627 
DERBY, W*M, (ERIN) 

TR 570 (2027) 
DESPAIR, WILLA 

SURF 108 (1028) 
DETRICK, G.L, (STELLA) 

™ 709 (533) 
DI PALMA, L f J, (PATRICIA) 

TR 810 (527) 
DICKSON, D,D, 

SPRINT 10 
DIENER, J»F, 

PALM 208 (1267) 
DIETRICH, H,J ( (JEAN) 

403-fc (28) 



NECO 

HCA 

KENTRON 

NCA 

KENTRON 

KAYT 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

BTL 

SAFQPS 

HCA 

WECO 
bTL 
KMR 

KENTRON 
) SAFCTF 
RCA 
BTL 

SYLVANJA 
CAL 

SYLVANIA 
RAYTHEON 
SYL 

GLOBAL 
KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

MDAC 

KENTRON 

SYL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

PA 

RCA 

WECO 

CE 



81592 

B2&37 

991138 

82<:'96 

81229 

83118 

99682 

99v586 

61552 

64*80 

77583 

84189 

83«5l 

84214 

63*531 

83>95 

83J95 

82522 

77218 

82675 

61423 

82515 

99548 

62/76 

77487 

84582 

77219 

84109 

62100 

62620 

81660 

83556 

81458 

82769 

99537 

99386 

77567 

84617 

99237 

99529 

99651 

84697 

99173 

99388 

77536 

82582 

99221 

63663 

83560 

82257 

63773 

63654 

83740 

82750 

77538 

84142 

81355 

62787 

99315 

64306 

83601 

83512 

83304 

83810 

81423 

64510 

99592 

99545 

77545 

84*10 

76219 
82724 



71 



ALL NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS (J ARE THE POST UFFICfc 80X NUMBERS 



DIFFIb, UALt 

SANDS 105 (2142) 
DIGGINS, F,P t 

SANDS 20 7 
DIXON, J,R t (MYRTLE) 

TR 752 (2251) 
DQDDS, fcUW[N L* 

CURAL 316 (778) 
DODGE, R,L, 

APACHfe 11 (8308) 
DODGE, W,J, 

ROJ DJSP. (8466) 
DOHERTY, N,F,(CLAIRE) 

438-A (1044) 
DOLAN, W f J t (CONNIE) 

4Q6-6 (759) 
DONALDSON* T, (BERNICE) 

TR 594 (1248) 
DORTCH, « t L. 

SANDS 314 (1301) 
DRAKE* fl,D, 

CORAL 30? (1456) 
DRELJCK, F f T, 

PALM 211 (729) 
DUERRi K, 

COKAL 210 (1851) 
OULDULAO, U. 

REEF 326 (42D 
DUNAQAN, F.H, LTC (MARY) 

1Q5-A (2241) 
DUNAGAN, MARY, MRS, 

10*-A (2241) 
DUNBAR, E, 

PU^O (1068) 
DUNCAN, R, 

PALM 310 (2072) 
DUNGAN, M,R. (DOROTHY) 

2QB-A (2096) 
DUNKhL, Q, 

SHtLL 207 (14(J8) 
DUNN, J,C. 

AJAX 14 
DURHAMjQ.G. (JUNE) 

'a (2305) 

DUTCTIIK, 

REEF 212 (2335) 
DUVIELLA, G.f , 

SHELL 312 (712) 



EASTBURN, R.J, 

ZEUS 2 
ECHIBERI, R.fc, 

SPARTAN 206 
EDDY, A.C, (HELEN) 

TR 589 (2028) 
EDGERTQN, L.W, 

SURF 107 (1835) 
EDSON, ROBERT 

PALM 311 (33) 
EDWARDS, D, 

SPARTAN 204 (8490) 
EDWARDS, F,6, 

REEF 322 (1495) 
EDWARDS, GARY 

CORAL 222 (309) 
:DW p AJLllS*^U. (VIRGINIA) 

TR 910 (2081) 
EDWARDS* J.R t 

REEF 301 (1024) 
EDWARDS, RICHARD 

CUNAL 320 



GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

WECO 

KENTRON 

SYLVANI A 

GLOBAL 

MIT/LL 

MDAC 

B AND R 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

WECO 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

KMR 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

8TL 

KTN/RTL 

RCA 

WECO 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 



84445 

83795 

B1549 

82728 

81323 

82648 

83773 

83556 

99226 

99387 

99222 

99325 

99421 

82695 

81574 

82673 

77209 

82927 

81399 

82551 

83386 

84256 

76305 

84235 

83502 

82321 

83428 

82547 

81516 

82867 

81127 

82867 

83527 

84706 

82168 

82574 

77217 

82297 

77307 

84162 

99342 

99145 

77271 

84618 

77448 

82232 

77412 

84199 



NCA 


99430 




99389 


GLOBAL 


99361 




99?42 


WECO 


81101 




82729 


KENTRON 


82716 




83711 


GLOBAL 


82168 




84215 


GLOBAL 


99385 




996 4 5 


KENTRON 


82020 




82473 


GLOBAL 


82168 




83706 


GLOBAL 


33780 




84610 


KENTRON 


81576 




84252 


GLOBAL 


62144 




83483 



EHI EHT, R,A, LTC (NORMA) 
225 t2 i6) 

EINSTEIN, T f H,, DR, 
CORAL 215 (58) 

ELIKEK, W ( B, 

REEF 202 (757) 
ELLSWORTH, ELSPfcTH MISS 

SURF 207 (1467) 
ENGBINO, E, 

CORAL 422 (1945) 
ENGELMAN, P, 

CORAL 104 (357) 
ENGLISCH* E f (HILDE) 

TR 522 (746) 
ENKING, J,W t 

REEF 312 (317) 
ERTEL, F t (CLARE) 

TR 873 (2047) 
ESUARILLA, R,J, 

GUGEfcGUE (135) 
EVANS, C.fe^MAJ 

REEF 224 (1943) 
EVANS, T» (LEE) 

459-D (506) 

EWALT. MP. (SHARON) 

ClOII} (2382) 

EWALT, SHARON, MRS, 
TR 945 (2382) 



F 



FAIRWEATMfcR, H, 

REEF 328 (2382) 

MLfilllifijR; A,M, (BARBARA) 

w 919 (2023) 

FALGHV A* 

REEF 301 
FARIN, C t 

GUGEEQUE (135) 
FAUST, J.J, (NELLIE) 

435-B (2083) 
MUST, NELLIE, MRS. 

435-B (2083) 
FELCH, E t P, (ROBERTA) 

103 (141) 

FENTON, SUSAN 

SURF 212 (J3i) 
FERNANDO, PEDRU 

PCBKS (229) 
*R£X&(LG. (CLARA) 

JL2i& «316) 

FERF^FRTV, 

GUGEEGUE (135) 

FIESTER, P f E, (VIRGINIA) 

TR 858 < SSVl 
► 1LER, R f 

CORAL 204 (1879) 
FINERFROCK, F,W, 

ZEUS 3 
FINK, R,P, (VIRGINIA) 

TR 836 (923) 
FINLAND, CHRISTINE MISS 

SURF 111 (1467) 
FINTON, LARRY 

CORAL 221 

FISCHER, RICHARD, J, 

SURF 103 (43) 
^ JSHBACK, J t L, COL (JANE) 

2U (1634) 

FISHER, C,E f 

SANDS 216 
FITZGERALD, U.U, ( fcV E) 

412-B (2347) 



KMR 

MIT/LL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

SYL 

KENTRON 

CAL 

KENTRON 

SAFSEA 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

KMR 



81402 

81531 

99115 

82213 

81127 

84334 

83601 

83563 

83451 

82722 

83773 

02524 

99673 

83746 

82020 

82642 

77249 

84573 

83325 

77426 

83479 
83677 
82023 
84645 
82102 
84645 



GLOBAL 


83752 




82796 


MDAC 


77437 




84619 


KENTRON 


02000 




04252 


GLOBAL 


83497 




83497 


CE 


82183 




82298 


SAFSEA 


8129B 




8229B 


BTL 


01501 




83597 


GLOBAL 


82224 




03647 


GLOBAL 


83353 




02714 


SYLVANIA 


99413 




04640 


GLOBAL 


03497 




03497 


KENTRON 


81000 




04550 


KENTRON 


01123 




04313 


RCA 


99381 




99309 


KCA 


99417 




84536 


GLOBAL 


63601 




02309 


GLOBAL 


03331 




83655 


GLOBAL 


82160 




03547 


KMR 


01401 




03737 


GLOBAL 


81521 




02370 


MIT/LL 


99547 




02913 



72 



ALU NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS () ARF Thb POST UFFtCb BOX NUMBERS 



FITZPATR 
TR 89 

FITZPATR 
449-A 

FLESSNbR 

SPR I N 
FLQRESi 

CORAL 
FOLETTE, 

4Q1-B 
FOLSOM, 

REEF 
FONG, T, 

SHELL 
FQOTfc, V 

R££F 
FORCJER, 

AJAX 
FORD, B, 

TR 79 
FORTNER, 

AJAX 
FOSTER, 

106-8 
FOSTER, 

106-B 

FO>rfl ( ff» 

COMAL 
FRACHTMA 

AJAX 
FRANCESC 

TR 51 
FRANCESC 

TR 51 
FRANCIS, 

TR 92 
FRANkLjN 

SPRIN 
FREEMAN, 

452-B 
FRENCH, 

PALM 
FRENCH, 

470-A 
FRIEND, 

457*0 
FRISCH, 

TR 76 
FRISCH, 

TR 76 
FRJUSCH 

438-A 
FROLJCH 

CORAL 
FRUCJANQ 

TR 55 
FUENTES, 

REEF 
FUJIMOTO 

ENNYL 
FULTON, 

SHELL 
FULTON, 

433-8 



ICK, H,P, <DJNA) 

1 (196) 

ICK, J, (CONNIE) 
(472> 

, L.L, 

T 6 (997) 

MANUEL N. 
201 (573) 
F,D« (DOROTHY) 
(1049) 

J, V f ,CW4 

216 (2114) 

T, 
203 (38) 

JC 

103 (816) 

7-B (8308) 
L.,SSG (PEGGY) 
4 (1654) 

B.J, 
5 
M.H, (NANCY) 

<913) 
N« MRS, 

(913) 
K,N, (PATRICIAS 
P (795) 

310 (1522) 
Hi H t E, 
12 (58) 
ONI, DOROTHY, MRS, 
9 (1362) 
ONI, E, (DOROTHY) 
9 (1362) 

6 (1028) 
, C,A, 

T 4 (997) 
W,0, (CAMILIE) 

(2006) 
N.Lr 

109 (1942) 
R,D, (MARY ELLEN) 

(2085) 
W.A, (JULIA) 

(1341) 
J. (LINDA) 

7 (1905) 
L.,MRS, 

7 (1905) 

E, D (MARY LOUISE) 

(2073) 
G M 

317 (626) 
, J, A, (CHARLOTTE) 
3 (2093) 

GtV f 
112 

# R. 

ABEGAN (65) 
C.T, 

221 (847) 
H,W. (KIM) 

(847) 



RCA 

KMR 

RCA 

KENTRON 

KHR 

SAFSEA 

RCA/BTL 

KENTRON 

SYLVANIA 

KMR 

RCA 

SAFOPS 
KENTRQN 

SYLVANLA 

GLOBAL 
ARCON 

GLOBAL 

MDAC 

WgCO 

RCA 

MDAC 

8TL 

RAYTHEON 

KENTRON 

WBCO 

GLOBAL 

BTL 

KENTRON 

RAYTHEON 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

KTN/BTL 

KENTRON 



99140 
84591 
813114 
83585 
99266 
99545 
83773 
82237 
B3372 
82842 
77414 
B270B 
81554 
84131 
83773 
83678 
99463 
99386 
81411 
84409 
99266 
99407 
81421 
82622 
81529 
82622 
99569 
84643 
76269 
82561 
99646 
99386 
82800 
82536 
81151 
82536 
84735 
84626 
99592 
99545 
77558 
82672 
81202 
84230 
99570 
84243 
84828 
82161 
77353 
82584 
84143 
82584 
77594 
62241 
81680 
82533 
77476 
83642 
81219 
84812 
83557 

77215 
82509 
81133 
82504 



GAGNE, H,H* 

APACHE 12 (8300) 
GALLAHbR, J.tf, 

TR 933 



GLOBAL 

WECO 



99234 
99288 
77246 
84633 



GA 
GA 
GA 
GA 
GA 
GA 
GA 
GA 
GA 
GA 
GA 
GA 
GA 
GA 
GE 
Gfe 
GE 
GE 
GE 

?i 

Gl 
GJ 
G] 

GI 
GI 
GJ 
G| 

Bi 
GJ 

GL 
GL 
GO 
GO 
GO 
GO 
GO 



NBOA, E| 

4639 
NUKUD, b 

HbbF 11 
HCJA, A, 

K&bF iO 
RUNbR, G 

SANDS 3 
HNbR, RA 

SANDS 2 
HRbTT, J 

CORAL 3 
SKINS, T 

REEF 20 
THERCOLb 

TR 773 
TUFF, K 

TR 734 
TUFF, « 

TR 734 
TUN, K 

SANDS 2 
TLING, J 

CORAL 2 
ULDIN, T 

SHELL 2 
UTHIER, 

REEF 32 
AR, A,C, 

REEF 21 
ITGEY, F 

441-A 
LZ1NIS, 

4 29-B 
HAGHTY, 

TR 815 
TCHELL, 

204-A 
YER, H, 

227-A 

asglu, 

402-D 
bSON, P, 

APACHE 
BSON, R # 

SHELL 2 
8S0N, W, 

492-A 
LES, G,H 

SANDS 3 
LMER, J, 

SANOS 2 



(ELLA MAHib) 
(2264) 
LDON ri, 
8 (26) 
J. 

7 (1401) 
.M. 

12 (B6V) 
LPH 
13 

21 

i J. 

4 (919) 

, C,B, (GRACE) 

(1806) 
, (MANY) 

(2364) 
ARY, MRS, 

(2364) 

10 (187) 

• Pi 

20 (1534) 

*R, 
03 
R.J, 
2 

1 ' 

,E, (JfcAN) 

(674) 
P,P ( (ALMA) 

(2352) 
P, (ITA) 

(2211) 
fc.L* (ELLA) 

(1**4) 
(RENEb) 

(175) 
M, (RUSEMARIE) 

(1453) 
Ji 

2B (8308) 
W 

11 (1316) 
R, (JUAN1TA) 

(2227) 



t 

13 
H, 
13 



(1299) 



HA, S ( 

SURF 10 
NN, J f T t 

TR 771 
NOZA, W, 

REEF 12 
bRTSON, 

226-B 
ASSCOCK, 

424-U 
AUDEL, R 

453-A 
fcBEL, RE 

401-C 
h FSTEIN, 

SURF 21 
LU1NG, K 

PALM 31 

NZALES, 
REEF 11 

NZALES, 
TR 525 



5 (3 ) 
(CINDY) 

(1236) 



1 

W,G 

JA 



• H, ( 



RMAN 



INA 
1 

■ U, 
2 

h 

i 

M,T, 



(1207) 
, (MARIANNE) 

(2065) 
MAJ(LURETTA) 

(2113) 

JUDJ ) 

(1203) 

(LOIS) 

(276) 

MISS 

(2285) 



(168) 

(tfRIGIDA) 

(399) 



MDAC 
KMR 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

CDC 

MIT/LL 

GLOBAL 

BTL 

WECO 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

MM 

RCA 

GLOBAL 

BTL 

RCA 

MDAC 

SYL 

KTN/BTL 

KMR 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

WECO 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

KMR 

RAYTHEON 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

B AND R 



77591 
82b86 
8340U 
82105 
83447 
84423 
83*65 
84269 
8216b 
82330 
63220 
83405 
61219 
82/54 
8216a 
82755 
99631 
82/21 
99482 
62721 
64445 
83763 
77474 
84263 
77470 
84131 
81460 
82473 
81123 
84315 
81620 
62649 
99328 
826 41 
83307 
84D15 
77401 
82405 
99341 
82694 
77553 
82435 
99434 
995 9 
77280 
84193 
83371 
82201 
81576 
82305 
83552 
82330 
82165 
82311 
77228 
82601 
83466 
63636 
81611 
82322 
62111 
84432 
77324 
82634 
83752 
82345 
82011 
82540 
82143 
84*17 
61569 
83/38 
B1211 
B2294 



73 



ALL NUMtifcRS IN PARENTHESIS <> ARF rHfc POST OFFICE BOX NUMBERS 



GUQDwlUGb, J,W, 

SaMDS 306 (GNDD 

GQRDJNltrR, H, (SALLY) 

216-A (2134) 

GORDON, A, 

CU*AL 206 (1207) 
GUHHAM, S.A, 

SANDS 315 (2244) 
GOWSKI, A, A, (NORMA) 

454-B (23Q6) 
GORSKl, SANDRA, MJS5 



454-P. 



(2306) 



GURSKl, H, (HfcGlNA) 



TK 74B 
GOSS, D,L, 

TN 84q 



(30) 
(JOAN) 

<683) 
GOTTSCHALCK, J f (LOIS) 

TK 602 (994) 
GOTTbCHALCK, LOIS, MRS, 

TR 602 (994) 
GOULD* ROBERT 

RttF 329 (423) 
GGUVfcIA, F. (LOUISE) 



(671) 



MRS, 



(985) 



TR 590 
GOUVEIA, L 

TR 59Q 
GRAHAM, F, (JOYCE* 

459-8 
GRAHfcR, A, J 

SPRINT 4 (997) 
GRANJCH, F, (ANDREA) 

44*-B (1009) 
GRASUN, D.E, (NANCY) 

TR 811 (1366) 
GRASSO, MAURICE 

ATLAS 8 
GRAY, R,L, (JAYNE) 

496-A (203) 
GRDOSJC, B f G, 

ENNYLA8EGAN (65) 
GREEN. J,S, (CONNIE) 

476-B (246) 
GREEN, JOANNE MISS 

SURF 204 (751) 
GREEN, M,J, (GLORIA) 

TR 508 (2223) 
GREEN, R t P, (PHYLLIS) 

TH 515 (1328) 
GREETAN, D, 

SPARTAN 202 
GREUfcL, J, (NANCY) 

TR 776 (2326) 
GRICfc, W f C, (JEAN) 

TR 555 (896) 
GRONOSKY, C.F, (RUTH) 

TR 793 (1254) 
GRU8BS, C, 

RiSF 128 (652) 
GRUENBERG, OUANE 

REEF 115 (968) 
GUDZlKOWSKI,U f (LORRAINE) 

46/-A (323) 
GUERRA, J, 

REEF 313 (1018) 
GUSHIKUMA, E,T t 

CORAL 117 (1392) 
GUTHRlb, J, 

NIKE 111 (8280) 



KENTRON 

MIT/LL 

KENTRON 
KENTRON 

RCA 

ce 

RAYT 

SYLVANIA 
SYL 
KENTRON 

GLOBAL 
MZC 

KENTRON 

SYL 

RCA 

GL08AL 

SYL 

RCA 

KENTRQW 

KENTRON 

MZC 

GLOBAL 

MJT/LL 

SYLVANIA 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

MM 

SYLVANIA 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

MZC 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 



81549 

82528 

99481 

83653 

81569 

8250U 

S1461 

83742 

99416 

82739 

92151 

82739 

77420 

82683 

99133 

84540 

99633 

83825 

81127 

83825 

83320 

84365 

83463 

82717 

83771 

82717 

99496 

82295 

99304 

99545 

83470 

83384 

99173 

84511 

99685 

99388 

81353 

82489 

83557 

81368 

83360 

82771 

32162 

83765 

99455 

82910 

99106 

82644 

99427 

99180 

82011 

82253 

77472 

82668 

99123 

82698 

83315 

84221 

83773 

82604 

83360 

82113 

81229 

84312 

83225 

83709 

99317 

99384 



H 



c 



HACKETT, K.F t 

SHELL 301 (502) 
HADDON, R f J ( 
SANDS 211 
HAUA, L, 

ENNYLABEGAN (65) 
HAGfcR, D*L 1 

PALM 210 (415) 
HAGERBAUflfcR, R,J,«ANN) 

TR 665 (997) 
HALEY, J* (jfM) 

!* 725 (1419) 
HALEY, JERRY MRS, 

4B3-B (602) 
HALEY, R.fc, (JfcRRY) 

483-B (602) 
HALEY, T»J. (DOROTHY) 

TR 990 
HALFORD, WILLUM(MARCU) 

TR 626 (1623) 
HALL* HARTWELL 

CORAL 305 
HALL, M,T, (JUAN1TA) 
TN 524 (997) 
HALL, 5. 

R£EF 117 (1492) 
HALLER, D f 

REEF 104 (2292) 
HALLfcY, R»E, (ERIKA) 

434-0 (25) 
HAMAJI, H.K, 

PAC BKS, (1243) 
HAMILTON, D,R t (NANCY) 

JR 717 (174) 
HAMILTON, F,V, 

SURF 110 (26) 

HAMILTON, G,J f (LJNDA) 

TR 537 (1848) 

HAMILTON; J t H. (JUDITH) 

TR 657 (1312) 

HAMILTON, J.L, (JANE) 

TR 88B (1383) 
HAMILTON, ROBERT 

SANDS 205 (1207) 
HAMLET, J,W, 

8042/17 (56) 
HAMMERBECK, H, 

PC 8KS (939) 
HAMMON, H ( L, (JfcANETTE) 

T« 871 (2068) 
HANCOCK, C,D ( ,CW2 (KJKO) 

TR 803 (615) 
HANDA, GEORGE 

CORAL 221 (1264) 
HANE£*^J*R, (KAY) 

R 907 (U5PQ) 
HANKS, L, (NAN) 

m=J UW) 



HANKS, MRS, N,P t 

488 -J U*m_— 

MANNER, C,W, 

PALM 304 (1611) 
HANSON, A f J, (ROSE) 

486-A (943) 
HANSON, P, (NANCY) 

407-A (1011) 
HANSON, R,J ( (JULIE) 

JR 777 (508) 
HARDENSTEJN, H,J, 

REEF 209 (1537) 
HARDIMAN, O.E, (GLADYS) 

TR 821 (2325) 



GLOBAL 


77493 




84176 


KENTRON 


82127 




83664 


GLOBAL 


83526 




83526 


6TL 


81224 




64236 


RCA 


99137 




84565 


GLOBAL 


83601 




82836 


BTL 


81502 




61926 


KHR 


82103 




81926 


SYLVANIA 


99X4* 




84696 
83712 


SERVEND 




82768 


GLOBAL 


61249 




63427 


RCA 


99458 




63301 


GLOBAL 


81441 




82626 


KENTRON 


63773 




83697 


GLOBAL 


62165 




82262 


SEN 


83353 




62714 


KENTRON 


81226 




62603 


CE 


82183 


WECtf^f 


64307 
77274 




83396 


WECO 


81362 




82267 


WECO 


77428 




64568 


KENTRON 


83225 




62260 


GLOBAL 


99319 




99233 


GLOBAL 


83353 




64703 


KENTRON 


81682 




64571 


SAFOPS 


81423 




84503 


GLOBAL 


83315 




83659 


GLOBAL 


63424 




84607 


KMR 


^6411i 




82450 J 


WECO 


6144Z/ 


^ ■ 


8245>0 


WECO 


77545 




64237 


MZC 


63359 




62310 


GLOBAL 


83462 




82447 


CDC 


99666 




62756 


KENTRON 


81229 




63416 


GLOBAL 


63353 




84521 



74 



ALL NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS () ARE fHb POST UFMCfc BOX NUM8EKS 



HARDIMAN, GLADYS, MRS, 


MMC 


81330 


TR 821 (2325) 




84521 


HARGUS, A. HNSt 


RCA 


99404 


TR 502 (997) 




83608 


HARGUS, K,W, (ALTA) 


KCA 


99587 


TR 502 (997) 




83608 


HARRISON, Q.I, (KARIN) 


MM 


81621 


403-B (363) 




84544 


HARRISON! GEORGE 


SAFSEA 


77414 


REEF 223 




84105 


HARRISON, J t E, (NINA) 


WECO %: 


76202 


«7$-A (449) 




83413 


HARRISON, R V L V 


KENTRON 


83215 


REEF 321 




84381 


HART, M,A. CH2 (EVELYN) 


KMR 


83372 


TR 576 (993) 




82654 


HART, R,J f 


KTN/BTL 


81569 


SHELL 205 (958) 




84191 


HARTMAN, W,C, 


BTL 


77219 


SHELL 206 (1441) 




84166 


HARTY, A,K. 


NHS 


83347 


SANDS 309 (711) 




83723 


HARVEY, MARSHALL 


GLOBAL 


63353 


SHELL 206 




84153 


HARVEY* R,M, (BETTY) 


GLOBAL 


84262 


TR 819 (1376) 




84519 


HARVEY, WAYNE H, 


GA/BTL 


81434 


CORAL 304 (1841) 




82588 


HASHIMOTO, B t 


GLOBAL 


82144 


SANDS 117 (1884) 




84629 


HASTINGS, R,A, (KATIE) 


WECO 


77264 


TR 955 (1875) 




84655 


HATLEY, DENNIS 


GLOBAL 


83337 


SHELL 301 (359) 




84176 


HAUCK, H,K, (VIRGINIAS 


GLOBAL 


83001 


TR 772 (965) 




82704 


HAVENIEAR, JERRY 


GLOBAL 


83552 


SHELL 309 (147) 




84163 


HAVENS, P,E. (GINETTE) 


KENTRON 


82575 


TR 848 (437) 




84548 


HAWK, R,D, (KAZUKO) 


SYL 


99114 


TR 885 (1232) 




84585 


HANKJN£, J.F, (DEANNA) 


RAYTHEON 


99141 


<TJ 950 




84650 


HAYlSmrTe, 


SYLVANIA 


99610 


AJAX 6 




99420 


HAYES, L, (LINDA) 


RCA/BTL 


81554 


TR 558 (1462) 




82385 


HAYMOND, H.H. JR. 


RCA 


99443 


AJAX 11 (997) 




99386 


HEAD, N,G, (MARSHA) 


MM 


81622 


478»D (36) 




82609 


HEALYi TOM E, 


GLOBAL 


82011 


REEF 315 (51) 




84309 


HEDLUND, J,0, (SANDRA) 


CAL 


77280 


417-6 11043) 




82618 


HEDfllX, R 


GLOBAL 


82166 


REEF 116 (1371) 




84244 


HEFFERNAN, J f D, (PILAR) 


KENTRON 


81683 


TR 526 (122) 




82749 


HEGEMAN, G,R, (CONNIE) 


SYL 


99633 


«24-B (1275) 




82788 


HEINR1CH, .R, 


KENTRON 


82575 


SANDS 206 (1207) 




83783 


HEINTZ H t Q v 


KENTRON 


81229 


REEF 109 (2034) 




82525 


HENDERSON, C, 


GLOBAL 


83426 


CORAL 202 (272) 




84268 


HENLEY, C.R. (RITA) 


NECO 


77365 


402 A (2367) 




83604 


HENRY, E,M, (JOYCE) 


SAFSEA 


77440 


A83-A (ii) 




82381 


HENRY* J, (CAROL) 


GLOBAL 


82011 


TR 827 (2312) 




84527 



HfeNRY. J,C, (HAHtiAKA) 


MIT/LL 


99*17 


478-A (2363) 




62680 


HENSLfcY, H,E T «Ht-C 


SAFSEA 


81*98 


RbfcF 2*3 




84105 


HERDER, R,0, 


BTL 


77*19 


SHELL 205 (1441) 




84191 


HEKGENROTHtrR, H f M , (DEBBIE 


SYL 


99*0 9 


406-A (1871) 




82366 


HERMAN, tf*J f 


GLOBAL 


81*49 


SHELL 303 




84192 


HERMANS, M,E f A t (HOBERTA) 


HAYT 


77415 


TR 895 (413) 




84595 


HES§E, j,l.,maj 


SAFSEA 


81425 


REEF 214 (255) 




83524 


HETZENOORF, R,L< 


KENTRON 


82575 


REEF 305 (877) 




84344 


HEW, N.Y.F, 


MZC 


83417 


REEF 124 (1373) 




82809 


MICKEY, J t R» 


LiLOHAL 


83353 


REEF 117 




82626 


HICKMAN, U,L. 


GLOBAL 


76*61 


SHELL 218 (977) 




82510 


HICKSON, A f J.tVlHGINIA) 


BTL 


81449 


219-B (1228) 




82439 


H1LDEBRANU, C, (DAHLbNE) 


GLOBAL 


83601 


TR 740 (688) 




83733 


HRKEY, DAVE 


GLOBAL 


81433 


REEF 405 (1256) 




826 36 


HRL, FORREST 


KENTRON 


76*20 


SANDS 211 (1301) 




83664 


HILL, R.R, 


SYL 


99280 


SPRINT 7 (2301) 




99545 


HILL, T t M, (GENfcVIfcVb) 


HAYT 


77285 


TR 549 (518) 




82689 


HlLJUFR».^f,A, (ObLOHfcS) 


UNIVAC 


81354 


LIB, 96D (1869) 




6466 7 


H1L5EN, LfeROY 


GLOBAL 


83552 


SHELL 309 




84163 


NINE, R t G f (ELAINE) 


FAA 


82196 


482-B (1457) 




82265 


HIHAOKA, H f 


GLOBAL 


83353 


SHELL 302 




64184 


MlHST, D a L. (MAHJORIE) 


CE 


82151 


TR 782 (873) 




62344 


M JS£Xfc*J|jC* (JEAN ANN) 


BTL 


61224 


Clg 90S) (101) 




64606 


HObbS, C, (EMILIE) 


RCA 


99632 


450-B (1604) 




62402 


HQbBS, h 4 L, 


SYL 


99231 


APACHE 8B (1001) 




99508 


HOCKING, S, 


GLOBAL 


83331 


SANDS 113 (903) 




83665 


HQUyf, r»y, (PATRICIA) 


BTL 


77*28 
84621 


HODDER, J,K f JR, (DORIS) 


CE 


82187 


tR 559 (28) 




82627 


HQUKIEWICZ, tf, 


GLOBAL 


76267 


SHELL 319 




84164 


HOFFMAN, H t M, 


WECO 


81546 


PALM 202 (1061) 




64231 


HOKFON, « t A, 


GLOBAL 


83552 


SHELL 309 




84163 


HQFFSTETTER, G . S t ( bARBAHA ) 


WECO 


77550 


TK 756 (1917) 




82527 


HQlSlNGTON, C,M, 


RCA 


99682 


ATLAS 9 




99368 


HOLBROOK, J f M, 


MDAC 


77491 


SHELL 112 (788) 




84145 


HOLLOWAY, H, (TfcDDlb) 


GLOBAL 


83536 


104-A (416) 




82860 


HOLMES, R t L, (JEAN) 


AZRbX 


99618 


4 4- A 




82669 


HOLMY, J.G. (CAROL) 


HAYT 


77*66 


224-A (6 ) 




62487 



75 



ALL NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS () ARF THE POST OFFICE BOX NUMBERS 



HOLS TINE, W.H, 

SPRINT 9 (8481) 
HONG, PETER LEfc 

*)Kb 111 (8280) 
HOOD, I 

SANDS 210 (146) 

HOOKER. J,E. (PHYLLIS) 

445-A (436) 

MOQPfcK WILLIAM 

ftbbf 327 (51) 

HOOVfcR, R.C. 

SANDS 206 (1001) 
HORIUCHI, ANDREW 

Ifetr 127 (1253) 

HORSLbY, J.O. {BARBARA) 

48Q-8 (997) 

HQSSACK, IAN (SYLVJA) 

QJUJX> (391) 

HOUlTH, W,L, (ROSbMARY) 

TR 883 (1364) 

HOUSbR, 0, 

SHtLL 118 (1425) 
HOWARD, V, 

SANUS 110 (197) 
HUBBARD, H, 

ENNY, < 65) 
HUBBfcLL, WAYNE 

SANDS 106 (1296) 
HUCKABAY, I, J, (MARGE) 

102-A (686) 
HUDOLbSTON, C f L. 

REEF 319 (317) 
HUGHbS, J.W, (BETTY) 

428-A (844) 
HUGHES, K,L. (PAULINE) 

TR 557 (209) 
HUGHfeS, P, MRS, 

TR 557 (209) 
HUGHES, R,E. 

ENNYLABEGAN (65) 
HUGHES, R,M t 

APACHE 8 (8278) 
HUGHES, T.P, 

NIKE 208 (8302) 
HUIE, J,A, (HELENE) 

TR 736 (1651) 
HUMMEL, W,H* 

KEfc* 114 (1331) 
HUNT, CAROLYN, MRS, 

482-D (1277) 
HUNT, E,T* (CAROLYN) 

462-0 (1277) 
HUNT, H,F,,CW4 (JANlNA) 

44,0-D (677) 
HUNT, HAROLD 

RbEF 118 (1346) 
HUNT, TOM E, 

PALM 106 (93) 
MUTCHESON, C t ,CPT (EILEEN) 

^93-A (806) 
BUY, A,N, 

REEK 310 (434) 
HYDANUS, J,S ( (BARBARA) 

™ B93 (875) 
HYNEK, f P. (JOANNE) 

TR 527 <475) 



SYL 

GLOBAL 
GLOBAL 
GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

H2C 

RCA 

KENTRON 

WECO 

RAYTHEON 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

MpAC 

BTL 

KENTRON 

SYL 

KgNTRON 

WECO 
WiU, 
8TL 

KMR 

SAFSEA 

KMR 

WECO 

SAFOPS 
KENTRON 
MM 
HIT/LL 



99342 

99224 

99444 

99384 

84447 

83763 

82168 

83578 

82011 

84391 

82132 

837B3 

83355 

84245 

99428 

83670 

84775 

84677 

81351 

84583 

77583 

84146 

82131 

84282 

83526 

83526 

82660 

82523 

83454 

82760 

82127 

81912 

82141 

82475 

77571 

82370 

81157 

82370 

81436 

99644 

99245 

99535 

99568 

77318 

82711 

61569 

83553 

81158 

83208 

84841 

83206 

77440 

84352 

81361 

82105 

774?0 

84227 

81422 

82245 

82000 

84725 

77497 

84593 

99274 

83535 



IHU5, KEITH 
CORAL 220 

INCE, W f J, OR 
TR 769 
NGfc&aEIOj A, 
_J?»9 

ingHaTT n,j, < 

TR 808 
INGWbRSbN, P,A 

414-A 
IRELAND, H.M, 

213-8 
ISEMINGbR, C t b 

REEF 426 
iSOM* C,J, 

PALM 212 



(MARY) 

(58) 
(DORIS) 

(1002) 
SATSUKI ) 

(819) 
♦ (JEAN) 

(372) 
(HOSE) 

(841) 

(701) 
(2217) 



(Y 



ICE, w, (PEGGY) 

403-B (911) 
II* C,H, 

REEF 324 (357) 



FAA 


82196 




82451 


KENTRON 


83772 




84348 



JACKSON, 
437-D 
JACKSON, b,p f 

PALM HO 
JACKSON, H,D, 

TR 775 
JACKSON, KEN 

TR 849 
JACKSON, NATE 

REEF 115 
JACKSON, VAN R, 

SANDS 114 
JACQBSON, JOAN 

SURF 209 
JAMES, HARRY 

PALM |06 
JAHOS, W t (BARB 

TR 844 
JAVOREK, H,6 f ( 

TR 563 
JAZWINSKI, S,C, 

462-C 
JEDIKE, R f F l# C 

REEF 225 
JEFFERS, W t MAJ 

4B2-A 

JEFFRIES, 

TR 994 

■JEFFRIES, 

TR 994 

JENSEN, N.A, 

REEF 109 
JERNIGAN, J,W, 

422-C 
JEWELL, A.G, (M 

TR 802 
JOHNSON, A,R, 

TR 708 
JOHNSON, b,F, 

4Z0-B 
JOHNSON, J,m, 

CORAL 113 
JOHNSTON, J, 

TR 732 
JONES, GARNER ( 

412-A 
JONES, J, 

SHELL 116 
JONES, JIMMY F, 

SANDS 308 
JONES, R,M, (Pb 

TR 679 
JONES, ROBERT ( 
TR 535 



D.G, (SHIRLEY) 
(226*) 



J.T,< 
SALLY 



OLGA) 
(1351) 
VONNE) 
(832) 

(927) 

(622) 

(1255) 

(663) 

ARA) 

(117) 

SARAH) 
(2048) 
(AGNES) 

W2 

(BILLJE? 
(926) 

SALLY) 
(432) 
, MRS, 
(432) 



( 



MR 



(2034) 

(CAROLYN) 

(1876) 

ARIANNE) 

(2257) 

LENOHE) 

(2391) 

ANN) 

(435) 

(528) 
S 

(8274) 

MARY) 

(419) 

(1723) 



GLOBAL 
MIT/LL 
SYL 
NWS 

MIT/LL 

MM 

KENTRON 
WECO 



(573) 

NNI) 

(915) 

VIRGINIA) 
(2337) 



MM 

HECO 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

HECO 

RCA 

NECO^C 
NECO 

SAFSEA 
KMR 

UNIVAC 

BTL 

KENTRON 

MM 

WECO 

UNIVAC 
KMR 

KENTRON 

MIT/ll 

WECO 

KAYT 

KENTRON 

WECO 

RCA 



82148 
84263 
99154 
83713 
99622 

84682 

83347 

84508 

99218 

82580 

81625 

82838 

81219 

64220 

77598 

64234 



77472 

82637 

77200 

84205 

81329 

82845 

61542 

84549 

83773 

82604 

62011 

84181 

82011 

62254 

77470 

84227 

99305 

84434 

77269 

82319 

77356 

62274 

77426 

82624 

82109 

82671 

81515 

84694 

61620 

64694 

83468 

82525 

81623 

83696 

81101 

64502 

81515 

83136 

83777 

83693 

82166 

82375 

99466 

82605 

77456 

62746 

77461 

84133 

81226 

64710 

77380 

82317 

61354 

82591 



76 



ALL NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS () ARF The HOST OFFICE BOX NUHbEKS 



JONES* T,R, 


GLOBAL 


99444 


KfcLL, *,S,, JK t 


RCA 


99b82 


NJKE 212 (8260) 




99233 


ATLAS 5 






9938tt 


JORDAN, 8,H, (PAULINE) 


MZC 


83463 


KELLEHEK, E,P |# MAJ 


SAFSEA 


77426 


TR 595 (225) 




82365 


RtEF 221 


(1943) 




84291 


JORDAN, RAUL (BETTY) 


GLOBAL 


83357 


KELLER, A, J, 


(PAT) 


UNIVAC 


77289 


TR 601 (838) 




823 n 3 


TR 613 


1*99} 




82794 


JORDAN, PAULINE, MRS, 


KENTRON 


81127 


K E LLf?H. |T , K , 


(GLORIA) 


KENTRON 


81494 


TR 595 (225) 




8236b 


fTfl 9flfQ 






8460B 


JORGENSEN* J,M, (MARY) 


SAFSEA 


77414 


KELLER. H^N, 


( RUTH) 


ti AND R 


81242 


TR 947 (96) 




84647 


464-B 


(283) 




84310 


JOSlGER, RUTH D, MISS 


KHR 


81402 


KELLER, J,P f 


( IKMGAHD) 


WECO 


77396 


SURF 208 (1487) 




82530 


TR 521 


(2341) 




62*59 








KELLER, R, MRS, 


SYL 


99102 


■ M 






464-B 


(283) 




84310 


K 






KELLOGG, W,Ci 


, UR (NANCY) 


MIT/LL 


99206 






415-H 


(941) 




62592 


KAAIHUE, E,N, 


STL 


99237 


KELLY, C,S, 




KENTRON 


83773 


APACHE 6A (8308) 




99387 


SANDS ^03 


(501) 




62804 


KAAPUN1, C, 


GLOBAL 


83552 


KELLY, U.Li, 


SSGT 


SAFSEA 


7 7470 


CORAL 107 (314) 




83397 


REEF 219 


(640) 




83216 


KAAHALOA, L. W, N, 


KENTRON 


81123 


KENNEDY, M,J, 


i 


KENTRON 


83225 


REEF 107 (267) 




84323 


SANDS 306 


(738) 




82526 


KAHAMAJ, F f P, 


KENTRON 


81123 


KENNEMER, T,V, (OQKJS) 


KMR 


61304 


CORAL 116 (135> 




84255 


TR 996 


(428) 




84696 


KAHLBAUMf C. 


GLOBAL 


83752 


KEOUGH, RICHARD 


GLOBAL 


83451 


CORAL 313 (1241) 




82326 


REEF 119 


(2013) 




83119 


KJJNi.JgYTHi WRS. 


WECO 


77554, 


KERN, J, (PATRICIA) 
TR 587 (1621) 


HAY 


77462 


^R804 (521) 




84504 


83672 


KA[N« W, (RUTH) 


GLOBAL 


76265 


KERRIGANi D,Ci 


BTL 


77326 


TR 80 4 (521) 




84504 


PALM i09 


(1937) 




64230 


KALAH1KI, H.H, 


GLOBAL 


81436 


KESLfR, LfO, 


(SALLY) 


MDAC 


77546 


CORAL 217 (953) 




82259 


425-A 


(1682) 




82773 


KALAMA, S«K. 


GLOBAL 


83752 


KESSLER, A.H, 


i (JUDITH) 


MIT/LL 


99406 


CORAL 208 (986) 




83707 


476-A 


(2012) 




82577 


KALAWE, H. 


GLOBAL 


99225 


KETCIK, J,M t 


(PATRICIA) 


RCA/BTL 


81596 


SPARTAN 222 




9914 6 


TR 762 


(1265) 




82521 


KALAWE, L« 


GLOBAL 


99225 


MfcVENAAR, W, 


.E. 


SYLVANIA 


99306 


SPARTAN 222 




99146 


APACHE 2 






99387 


KALHAGEN, JOHN 


GLOBAL 


99444 


KIM, J f Y» 




GLOBAL 


77291 


SPARTAN 119 (8280) 




99320 


PBFO 


(59) 




83493 


KALI, H, 


GLOBAL 


99324 


K1NA, J t K, 




GLOBAL 


81476 


SPARTAN 222 




99146 


CORAL 305 


(171) 




83427 


KALILIKANE, ABRAHAM 


GLOBAL 


83555 


KJNGERY, E, 




KENTRON 


61436 


CORAL 209 (1073) 




82578 


ENNYLABEGAN 




61436 


KAMA}, S,C, 


SYL 


99237 


KJNNEY, G,C, 




NCA 


99177 


APACHi 8A (8308) 




99387 


AJAX 7 






99386 


KANAHELE, A, 


GLOBAL 


83752 


K I HK| S , J f 




GLOBAL 


63555 


COftAL 107 (1557) 




83397 


SANDS 218 


(1326) 




82257 


KAPTUftfiSKji R,J, (AGNES) 


WECO 


77251 


KlSER, J,L, 1 


CTOSHIKO) 


WECO 


77316 


TR 954 (1451) 




84654 


431-A 


(2215) 




82426 


karaSTO," V.M t 


RAYTHEON 




KlTUAMAi GEORGE 


GLOBAL 


81204 


TR 523 




82329 


SHELL 310 


(1422) 




84175 


KARR, RALPH M, 


GLOBAL 


81521 


KITTILSON, W, 


t 


GLOBAL 


83358 


CORAL 304 (1396) 




82588 


GUUEfcGUfc 


(135) 




83497 


KASUMOTO, EDWIN 


GLOBAL 


83451 


KLEGA, J,M, 




RCA 


99*80 


SANDS 102 




B2270 


SPRINT 13 






99545 


KAULUKUKUI, JOE (MILDRED) 


GLOBAL 


83768 


KLUDA, M,J, 




KCA 


99110 


TR 924 (1365) 




84624 


SPRINT 15 






99545 


KEA?n5T"J;P. (YVONNE) 


NWS 


82136 


KLOPFENSTEIN, 


i J i 


NWS 


83347 


TR 513 (933) 




82639 


SANDS 318 


(1933) 




83748 


KEAWEAMAHI, G, 


GA/BTL 


81478 


KLUZ, STAN 




MM 


76246 


CORAL 320 (776) 




8348 3 


SHELL 113 


(1703) 




84149 


KEELER. Q.J, (FLORENCE) 


GLOBAL 


82168 


KLYNE, ROHbRT 


GLOBAL 


81211 


ftff 98.73 (753) 




84687 


PCBKS 


(1803) 




83910 


KEELtft, F»e.#MRS. 


SYLVANIA 


99604 


KNAPP, C f G, i 


I JO) 


KENTRON 


82040 


TR 987 (753) 




84687 


434-A 


(727) 




82482 


KEELJJW^^J.D, (DOTT1E) 
TR 920 (606) 


RCA 


99351 
84620 


KNAPP, W*H. 
AJAX 6 


(82/8) 


SYL 


99371 
99386 


KEES, RUSS 


KENTRON 


81219 


KNIATT, S»G, 


(NANCY) 


R£A 


99342 


CORAL 207 (1505) 




84295 


TR 652 


(997) 




63787 


KELBLE/ JtR. (RACHEL) 


RCA 


99332 


KN fjjH,T r 1 i r i 


(BARBARA) 


RCA 


99207 


TR 554 (152) 




84728 


W? 9&.TS 


(286) 




84683 


KELCHJfiA^J.R, (CATHY) 
fTH 9pQ (2038) 


CDC 


99619 


KNIUHl, ff, J, 


(MARGE) 


KENTRON 


81229 




8 460 4 


TR 715 


(2132) 




62288 



<Q 



77 



ALL NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS () ARE THfc POST OFFICE BOX NUMBERS 



KNOMLfcS* T.G, 

REfcF 309 
KNUUStN, K,,MD (LJV) 

44/-B (1009) 

KNUfSUN, w. 

SANDS 106 (112) 
KOEPLIN, E,W, 

SANUS 316 (1022) 
KOONZt, C.R. 

AJAX 9 
KORF* * H, (ELAINE) 

462-B (997) 
KOTOHOHI, N. 

COHAL 118 (219) 
KQVACS* R,M. 

REEF 313 (29) 

KOUALKOWSK] , A ( F. 

COHAL 115 (1207) 
KOZMAN, R,K, 

REE* 304 (1015) 
KRAFT, A, 

APACHfc 5 
KRAHfcR, H, UORNA) 

21/-B (385) 

KRAUS*, O.D.* MRS, 

4Q9 6 (1892) 

KRAUSZ, J,J. (DORIS) 

4Q9-8 (1892) 

KRAUTER, CARL (MARJA) 

TR B5l (544) 

KREGEJi4_4jR* <MARY ANN) 

Eft 912J (338) 
KREGER, M, MRS, 

TR 912 (338) 
KKlEOfcR, 0.R, 

APACHE 3 
KRIVOA* R t P, 

ZEUS 6 
KRONJCK, E,J, 

ATLAS 5 

kubota, nobuo (yukikqj 

T« 670 (1477) 
KUGLERf CiR. 

SPRINT 10 
KUNOERT, RICHARD 

CORAL 109 (1427) 

KURATSU, R,H, (ELEANOR) 

480-A (218) 

KUSPER* R, L, (KATHY) 

TR 637 (1877) 
KWJATKOWSKJ, ROBERT 

SANDS 112 
KWINTERA, j, 

SHtLL 216 (424) 



L 



LABORTE, CLARENCE 

CORAL 202 (1281) 
LAHTl, JAMES 

SANDS 217 (GNDL) 
LAMBERT, P,V| (CINDY) 

TR 561 (667) 
LANCASTER, E»L, 

PBFO (2235) 
LANDfcSBERG, H, (ARLENE) 

426-6 
LANDRETH, R,*\, 

COHAL 101 (816) 
LANGS!* A, 

CORAL 308 (73) 

LANIER, J,M, (SURILDA) 

473-A (708) 



KENTRQN 

BNL/AEC 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

RCA 

RCA 

MZC 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

RCA 

GLOBAL 

WECO 
WE CO 
KENTRON 
WgCO 

BTL 

RCA 

RCA 

RCA 

KENTRON 

RCA 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

MIT/LL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 



83465 
83703 
84062 
82623 
82134 
82523 
81123 
82351 
99342 
99450 
99539 
82454 
83389 
83702 
83753 
84312 
81676 
84115 
61569 
84304 
99342 
99387 
83375 
83730 
77236 
82517 
77251 
82517 
83215 
84551 
77311 
84612 
773B5 
84612 
99280 
99387 
99430 
99389 
99506 
99388 
83232 
63762 
99330 
99545 
82107 
83782 
83270 

82271 
99314 
84537 
83552 
82291 
83736 
82564 



LANNINQ, T,H, (BARBARA) 

TR 718 (1352) 
LAPLACA* J,W, 

SHELL 201 (894) 
LARSEN* L, 

REEF 117 (425) 
LARSON* B,K, 

REEF 207 



LARS 



GLOBAL 


81329 




84268 


GLOBAL 


82141 




84278 


MJT/LL 


99485 




83414 


GLOBAL 


77372 




84703 


SYLVANIA 


99236 




82697 


KENTRON 


83773 




84246 


GLOBAL 


83752 




82522 


KENTRON 


81355 




82348 




(1658) 
(NANCY) 

(1221) 
LARSON, E,E, (YOKO) 

TR 866 (2214) 
LAR$ON, P,F, (LU1SA) 

TR 671 (891) 
LATfA, C*W, 

PALM 213 
LAUiJLJU (WAN LAN) 

JR 9Q0 (464) 
LAWLER, F,C t ,MAJ, (PAMELA) 

492-B (34) 
LAWN, w f J,,MAJ, (JANICE) 

481-B (34) 
LAWSQN, ROLLIE 

SANDS 107 (1946) 
LEACH, Q,$ t (BERNADINE) 

437-8 (136) 
LEAVELLE, **URIC£ 

SPARTAN 201 (8474) 
LEDBETTER, J,L. 

REEF 205 (1207) 
LEE, J,P # (BISH) 

469-B 

lee; K.C, 

SURF 107 
LEJGHTY, J, 



(1614) 
(1651) 
(761) 

(16Q3) 
(736) 



CORAL 312 
LEIR, R, 

SANDS 314 
LELEPALI H, K, 

PBFO 
LEMlSH, G,L, 

SPRINT / 
LESLIE, w, (DOROTHY) 

TR 634 (257) 
LETO, C,J, (LOIS) 

tR 743 (709) 
LEvJnE* P f R, (JUDY) 

439-B (2205) 

LEWISa-JU. (ROSEMARY) 

TR V4l- (2088) 

lewTsTedharo 

SANDS 116 (403) 
LEWJS* H*0, (VIRGINIA) 

TR 876 (997) 
LEWIS* J A L. 

GUGEEGUE (1351 
LEWIS, R ( M, JR 

SHELL 315 (507) 
LEWIS* H,J, 

REEF 201 (1867)" 
LIFRAGE, R f A, JR, 

APACHE 6 
LILL, UNO (BOBBIE) 

TR 874 (1533) 
LILLY* E.H, (LINDA) 

405-A (2245) 
LILLY, b; CHS (MARTHA) 

TR 706 (212) 
LINGER, J,C, (ELIZABETH) 

460 -B (56) 
LINDOU, J,R,, CPT, 

REEF 229 (96) 
LINDSAY, g, (DIANE) 

«66 B (1671) 



WECO 

MOAC 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

WECO 

B AND R 

WECO 

NNS 

KMR 

KMR 

GLOBAL 
KMR 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

NWS 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

RCA 

MM 

KHR 

BTL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

RCA 

KENTRON 

WECO 

KENTRON 

RCA 

KENTRON 

IBM 

SAFCTF 

HJT/LL 

SAFSEA 

SYL 



77271 
82535 
77485 
84136 
63412 
62626 
81569 
62429 
63601 
84625 
77251 
64966 
81222 
83615 
76210 
64233 
63347 
84600 
83362 
82436 
61369 
82261 
83564 
61628 
81340 
62352 
99302 
99569 
62152 
84257 
81506 
62467 
63502 
83711 
84818 
82548 
63468 
62551 
84445 
84224 
99280 
99545 
77472 
62829 
63480 
83809 
77316 
82692 
82011 
84641 
83552 
63467 
99415 
64576 
83325 

82821 
84197 
61569 
84227 
99430 
99367 
83466 
64574 
77429 
82516 
81456 
82542 
993?6 
82374 
6142$ 
64110 
99697 
83671 



78 



ALL NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS () ARE THfc POST OFFICE BOX NUMBERS 



LO PICCOLO, G,P, 


KENTRON 


83465 


CORAL 115 (962) 




84115 


LOAR, CARL 5, 


GLOBAL 


8213 7 


PALM 312 (318) 




84217 


L0E8, S,S, (BEVERLY) 


KMR 


83421 


491*B 




83649 


loef# D,M, 


RCA 


99400 


APACHE 9 




99387 


LONDON, SiA, (JACQUELINE) 


MQAC 


77427 


TR 755 (1693? 




83495 


LONG, R,K lf MSG 


SAFSEA 


81298 


REEF 220 (1922) 




82300 


LONQOi F»A t 


SYLVANIA 


99473 


SPRINT 15 (8306) 




99545 


Loose, E, 


GLOBAL 


82195 


FILTER PLANT(272) 




82155 


LOPORCARO, L,J. (EVELINE) 


btl 


77516 


4U*D (2233) 




82200 


LOT6STA, S.A, (CARMELA) 


BTL 


77280 


TR 658 (2304) 




83690 


LUCAS, G,K, (JOAN) 


RCA 


99592 


TR 61Q (169) 




82853 


LUCAS* LODRJGO 


KENTRON 


61123 


CORAL 116 




84255 


LUCENTE, J, (GABY) 


GLOBAL 


82168 


TR 832 (405) 




84532 


LUCERO, THEODORE (CARMEN) 


KMR 


83440 


TR 835 (426) 




84535 


LUCEYt E, (MAUREEN) 


B AND R 


77341 


TR 760 (162) 




82763 


LUCEY, M,,HRS t 


BTL 


81438 


TR760 (162) 




82763 


LULL* WARREN (FRAN) 


GLOBAL 


82168 


403*C (2036) 




62171 


LUM, G,M ( S 


C£ 


82511 


CORAL 110 (28) 




84270 


LUM, HENRY (ELAINE) 


GLOBAL 


83518 


TR 702 (193) 




82444 


LUNDAY, 8, J, 


KENTRON 


61549 


CORAL 206 




62500 


LYENS, M,R, 


RAYTHEON 


77461 


SHELL 102 (1286) 




84132 


LYNCH, M,J f (JANE) 


WECO 


77316 


TR 674 (1071) 




82266 


L¥NflH. fl.L. (PATRICIA) 


MM 


81330 


ft* 94p (2286) 




84648 


lynCh", pat, hrs, 


RCA 


99330 


TR 948 (2286) 




84648 


LYNCH, W,A t (MARIE) 


WECO 


81328 


TR 568 (1212) 




82362 



M 




IM, J, A, (ANN) 
(1442) 

* R t J f 

*£tr 207 
MAC LENNAN R f R, 

CORAL 205 (1207) 
MAC PEEK, W,W t# JR, (HAR1E) BTL 

TR 714 (125) 
MADISON, J.J, 

AJAX 10 
MAGNUS, CtA, (MARGARET) 

TR 901 (1078) 
HAGRATH, E, 

SHELL 109 (1723) 
HAHER, W,A t 

ATLAS 9 
MAILLARD, R, (JO ANN) 

TR 606 (1634) 
MAIN, DON 9 

CORAL 121 



GLOBAL 


K£NTRON 


KeNTRON 


BTL 


RCA 


BTL 


RAYT 


RCA 


WECO 


RCA 



82168 
84657 
81461 
82429 
81681 
83756 
81224 
82684 
99309 
99386 
77281 
84601 
77420 
84134 

99506 
99388 
77445 
82742 
81255 
83736 



MA1Q, HARK't P, 


GLOBAL 


99475 


NIKE 105 




99292 


MALLIO, R t (OSfcb) 


ARCUN 


99649 


TR 656 (1415) 




8273U 


MANLEY, C,fc, 


HCA 


99309 


AJAX 3 




99424 


MANNING, J lf CPT (MARION) 


KMR 


81431 


TR 568 (1256) 




62466 


MAKHEFKA, C , « » (MAR lfcTT A } 


SYL 


99183 


tR 625 (633) 




B2047 


MARK, DENNIS 


GLOBAL 


63425 


CORAL 202 (159) 




84^68 


MARK, J,R, 


HCA 


99566 


ATLAS 4 




99388 


MARSH, L,fc, (MARY) 


GLOBAL 


62168 


4 79 -A (562) 




82015 


MARSH, W,A,( JANICE) 


RCA 


99476 


453-B (1818) 




62278 


MARTIN, J,L, (BHIDGfcT) 


BTL 


77238 


423-A (2243) 




82738 


MARTIN, MIKE 


KENTRON 


83460 


REEF 213 (1603) 




83227 


MARTIN, ¥ t D, 


WECO 


77470 


PALM 113 




64202 


MAKTJJjtflj, R, A, (SYBIL) 


RAYTHEON 


77515 


/*TR 94,ft (1723) 




64649 


masuH7~T7Hi 


WECO 


77442 


TR 663 (1019) 




82593 


MASON, JOHN, CH3 


SAFSEA 


77561 


REEF 22 7 




64362 


MASTERS, R t (CARYL) 


GLOBAL 


83319 


tR 781 (2026) 




82417 


MATAYOSHI, W,J, 


KENTRON 


61123 


CORAL 117 (409) 




83709 


MATLOCK, L.S, 


GLOBAL 


99287 


"APACHE-12 (8489) 




99287 


MATSUNAGA, ALLEN (FAYE) 


GLOBAL 


82011 


TR 632 (2236) 




822 09 


MATSUNAGA, F, MRS 


GLOBAL 


820 11 


TR 632 




62209 


MATSUNAGA* J, 


GLOBAL 


83430 


^-^PBFQ (1283) 




§..2712, 


/MATTRnrST">LO«lh, HRy, 


WECO— 


81528 


V_ 452-A (2266) 


— 




H?! IfTEWb, H, (f LUkU) 


RAYT 


77583 


452-A (2266) 




62336 


MAUCtUR.E, (BEKNADfcTTE) 
OOIB C756) 


weco-^- 


77351 
8 4676 


MAY, E,G, (JOYCE) 


HCA 


99135 


TR 839 (148) 




84539 


HAYS, W,L, (RUTH) 


HCA 


99605 


. TR 518 




82477 


MC AVOY, J t E f (NAJLA) 


GLOBAL 


83752 


TR 701 (2294) 




83701 


MC CALL, J t R 9 


WECO 


77470 


PALM 10B C1226) 




64229 


MC CANN, J, 


GLOBAL 


82131 


SANDS ilO (1443) 




84282 


MC CANN, T.F, (VIRGINIA) 


WECO 


77445 


TR 603 (1459) 




82748 


MC CAUGHAN, T,t, (CAROL) 


NWS 


63482 


TR 662 (2261) 




84562 


MC CLAVE, T t C, 


BTL 


77*19 


SHELL 206 (1937) 




64166 


MC CLELLAN, 8, MRS, 


BOH 


82177 


477-B (1631) 




62358 


MC CLELLAN, H,H. (BARBARA) 


KMR 


83777 


477-B (1631) 




62358 


MC CLELLAN, R, 


SYL 


99413 


SPRINT 12 




99536 


MC CORD, JOHN 


GLOBAL 


77209 


SHELL 219 




84124 


MC DANIEL, J, (JACKIE) 


MM 


61619 


TR 795 (783) 




82545 



79 



ALL NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS (1 ARE THE POST OFFICE BOX NUMBERS 



MC SHAW, R ( W, 

AJAX 7 (8306) 
MC HULiH, P,Q f (EMILY) 

416-A (5a , 
MC KAY, J,L, 

PALM 206 
MC Kfcb, H, (EVA) 

TR 809 (734) 
MC KfcfcL, R.C, (LOU) 

TR 710 (1347) 
MC KJM, C« 

SANDS 113 (1538) 
MC KjM, j,S, 

SANDS 313 (1916) 
MC KINLEY, b,C, 

APACHE 4 (997) 
MC KJNLEY, R,W, 

SHELL 202 (502) 
MC KJNNEY# 0,1, (GLBNDAJ 

TK 842 (661) 
MC KINNEY, GLENDA f MRS, 

TH 842 (331) 
MC tfJNNON, RUSSELL 

Rbk^ 105 (407) 
MC LbAHEN, DON 

CORAL 105 (396) 
MC LEMORE, M,N, (NANCY) 

TR 649 (1524) 
MC MAHON, J,V, 

APACHfc-7 (997) 
MC MANUS P, (WANDA) 



TR612 



2383 



MC MURPHY, F, (EDITH) 
470-B (1Q13) 

MC NABB, D,E, (NICKIE) 
TK 703 (498) 

MC NALLY, W,J ( 

SHELL 116 (1723) 

MC PHfcRSON, G f A f 

RttK 321 (373) 
MC OUbARY, C,E, (CHERYL) 

104-B (462) 
MC RAfc, C,J, (AILEEN) 

TR 622 (2202) 
MC REYNOLDS, JANE 

SURF 205 (331) 
MC SWEENEY, J t A, 

REEF 302 (635) 
MEEK, MASON (JOAN) 

TH 639 (1525) 
MEEKEN, R.W. (CRIS) 



TR 536 



(393 



HEISSNER, A, (MARJORJE) 

TR 635 (1237) 
MELIA, T, (MARY JANE) 

TR 864 (1038) 
MELNYK, E, 

SHELL 113 (788) 
MELODY, J t V, (MARY ANN) 

TR 637 (997) 
MENJ Xfc , 4- , (FRANCES) 

L&V (1079) 
MESStKVY, T,A t (JEANIE) 

TH 993 (2201) 
MEWHIRTER, TROVAL 

PALM 313 (1893) 
MEYER, R,A. (BETTY) 

*10-B (664) 
MICHAELS, J,S t (JANE) 

TR 733 (245) 
MILLER, A f C, 

APACHE 4 (997) 
MILLER, E. (MONA FAY) 

4 ? 7 * (1343) 



SYIVANIA 

MIT/LL 
WECO 

GLOBAL 

WECO 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

RCA 

GLOBAL 

SAF5EA 
KENTRQN 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

RCA 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

SAFSEA 

RAYT 

KENTRDN 

BTL 

MM 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

MIT/LI 

GLOBAL 

SYL 

MDAC 

RCA 

RCA 

WECO 

GA/BTL 

MM 

WECO 

RCA 

RAYTHEON 



99695 

99386 

9963V 

82674 

77562 

842ft8 

81429 

845fl9 

77481 

82725 

82137 

83665 

81569 

82305 

99506 

99410 

81476 

841B7 

77421 

84542 

81127 

84542 

8l2fl4 

82636 

83441 

84355 

61460 

82403 

99542 

99387 

82011 

84512 

83412 

82250 

77455 

83503 

77515 

84133 

82575 

84381 

81506 

82215 

77472 

82625 

8366? 
82794 

81128 

84336 

61355 

83764 

99400 

82412 

83353 

82677 

99344 

84564 

7/491 

84149 

99138 

82907 

99124 

84681 

77536 

84693 

81706 

84214 

81166 

8-;398 

77593 

82632 

99437 

99410 
77515 
83466 



(446) 

(1061) 



MILLER, IRWIN B t 

CORAL 219 (455) 
MILLER, J,N # 

SANDS 201 (1819) 
MILLER, J,W, 

SHELL 319 (439) 
MILLER, M, 

SANDS 212 (1471) 
MILLER, M t M t ,DR, (JfcAN) 

407*8 (1355) 
MILLER, PHILIP, OMD 

SANDS 310 (2323) 
MILLER, H 1 H f 

SHELL 316 
MILLHQNE* h # 6i 

PALM 203 
MILUCH, S, (ROSE MARIE) 

TR 55X (854) 
MINIHANE, C.J.UEANNINE) 

t« 861 (22) 
MJSENHEIM6R, M,L, 

PALM, 210 (415) 
MITCHELL* D t H, (JOAN) 

TR 831 (457) 
MITCHELL* R,L, (JOAN) 

411-A (32) 
MQBIUS, A t F f 

APACHE 9 
MOIR, C f (JEAN) 

^18-A (2353) 
MOIR, j t MRS, 

«18-A (2353) 
MOLETA, M t 

SANDS 205 (2004) 
MONROE, J,L, 

CORAL 203 (1035) 
MONTEITH, R, (MARY) 

474- B (1205) 

MONjiyillfeRY, 8 f B, (ELLA) 

i V66 (936) 

MONTTORlRY, D,L, (JUNE) 

TR 604 (87) 
MONTGOMERY, J, MRS, 

TR 604 (87) 
MONfSMA, J, (EVA) 

?« 894 (1033) 
MOORE, J A J t 

SURF 102 (668) 
MOORE, L* NOEL (SHIRLEY) 

406-B (2X23) 
MOORE, TiOi 

SPRINT 1 
MOOS f H ( (GAIL) 

TR 700 (814) 
MORGAN, D,T,,CPT (LINDA) 

TR 516: ; 
MORIKAWA, R,A, 

SANDS 117 
MQRRIELLO, J, (JOAN) 



206-A 
MORRIS, J t E t 

fR 805 
MQHfij^u^R, (PAT) 

MORRT§7^ r , 

PALM 301 
MORTON, G, 

ATLAS 10 
MOSELEY, A, J, 

413-A 
MOSLEY, J, (PEARLEfcN) 

TR 534 (56j 
MOTl, E f L, 

SHELL 201 (865) 



(815) 

(TON!) 

(381) 



(882) 

(1733) 



JANE) 
(28) 



GLOBAL 
KENTRON 
GLOBAL 
KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

MDAC 

WECO 

WECO 

RAYT 

BTL 

KENTRON 

OCAA 

RCA 

RCA 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

B AND R 

WECO 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

BTL 

KENTRON 

SAFOPS 

RCA 

GLOBAL 
KMR 

GLOBAL 
MIT/LL 

KENTRON 
UNJVAC 
GLOBAL 
RCA 

CE 

GLOBAL 

MDAC 



83407 
82552 
81226 
83610 
76262 
84164 
81380 
83797 
83761 
82265 
82165 
83757 
77485 
84173 
76212 
84232 
77405 
82202 
77294 
84561 
77219 
84236 
81226 
84531 
63345 
03618 
99592 
9945Q 
99511 
82656 
81137 
82656 
81569 
82260 
82575 
82147 
77304 
82424 
81480 
64666 
83506 
62761 
83601 
82761 
77261 
64594 
83774 
83794 
61422 
84104 
99541 
99530 
63484 
62376 
61432 
-£3521 
82224 
64629 
99461 
82664 
62030 
64505 
81515 
64628 
82224 
84384 
99342 
99368 
62167 
83663 
99322 
62341 
77491 

64136 



80 



AIL NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS (J ARE THfc PUST UFFlCfc dUX NUMBERS 



HOTOBU, Q, 




GLOBAL 


834-33 


NEWMAN, MURIEL MRS, 


GLOBAL 


84/20 


CORAL 314 


(1333) 




82566 


SURF 106 11332) 




02538 


MOWBRAY, H,H, 




KENTRON 


83468 


NEWMAN, T, (JACQUELINE) 


NWS 


83,347 


REEF 324 


(1077) 




84348 


474-A (1413) 




02414 


MULDER, H,E, 


(EILEEN) 


WECOiicT 


81238 


NICHOLLS, R f E, (DIANE) 


MIT/LL 


99b01 


465-A 


(431) 


^r 


82594 


414-B (414) 




62727 


MUNCR1EF, W, 


(BETTY) 


MDAC 


77591 


NICHOLS, LESTER 


KENTRON 


03465 


460-A 


(1372) 




83624 


REEF 317 




03580 


HUNGER # EDWARD 


RCA 


99584 


NJCQLL5, N,Y,, UR, (GAlL> 


GLOBAL 


02224 


AJAX ?e 






99386 


420 -A (2 067) 




83/04 


MUNSON, C*E, 




KENTRON 


83773 


NIEMANN, B,E, 


KENTRON 


81190 


REEF 318 


(701) 




83118 


HEEF 103 (816) 




03670 


MUR0AUGH, H.T 


I (KATIE) 


MM 


77472 


NIEUWSTAD, D,R, 


KENTRON 


01^29 


TR 647 


(866) 




82583 


CORAL 319 




84331 


MURPHY* J f A. 


(ELEANOR) 


RAYTHEON 


77294 


NILO, JERKY 


KENTRON 


8119Q 


TR 753 


(545) 




82607 


REEF 302 (835) 




04336 


MURPHY* JOHN 




GLOBAL 


81249 


NIO, A, 


KENTRON 


81229 


SHELL 311 






84150 


CORAL 203 (2292) 




82147 


MURRAY, R,j, 




SYL 


99469 


NISHJMURA, H, (KAREN) 


nit 


83561 


APACHE 86 


(8308) 




99508 


TR 564 (1531) 




83619 


MURR|LL# Li 




GLOBAL 


B2224 


NI3HIHURA, K» MRS, 


GLOBAL 


82165 


SURF 203 


(1904) 




83228 


tR 564 




83619 


MUSTER, i, 




GLOBAL 


83497 


NOBLE, J,P, (SUE) 


SYL 


99336 


QUG, 


(135) 




83497 


TR 735 (1402) 




82457 


MYERS, C,E, 


■ 


RCA 


99400 


NOCK, J t P, (CAROLYN) 


RAYTHEON 


77276 


AJAX 4 






99386 


TR 577 (1723) 




82775 


MYERS, J,Ri (MARY LOU) 


HiCO ^ 


77469 


N0G JUixJL»*« (CAROLYN) 


MM 


77472 


TR 53* 


(282) 




82353 


OR94D (1502) 


GLOBAL 


84642 




N0L*tf, R f A, FR, 


82116 










SANDS 301 (1711) 




82273 






N 




NOLL, M,D, (HAKYANN) 


BTL 


77326 








TR 909 (274) 




84609 


NAG06HJ, R.H, 




KENTRON 


83270 


NORKUS, K,P ( 


MDAC 


77437 


RE*F 101 






84233 


SHELL 115 (209) 




84185 


NAKAMURA, J, 




GLOBAL 


83501 


NORLOFF, R,W, 


GLOBAL 


83469 


SANDS 102 


(1327) 




82270 


PALM 311 (1336) 




04215 


NAKASQNE, ALHYN 


GLOBAL 


81521 


NORRELL, N,P, 


KENTRON 


81190 


CORAL 108 


(1812) 




84311 


SANDS 317 (779) 




83788 


NAKASONE, J, 




GLOBAL 


83408 


NORRIS, OiR, 


RAYT 


77583 


RESF 329 


(B6D 


GLOBAL 


84365 
83353*/ 


^f^-JHELL 114 110&?) 




841 56 


NAKATA, Mi 


/norton7pTtT*M«s, 


HE CO 


81169 


P8?Q 


(168) 

SEPHINE) 


BTL 


83493 
77445 


^ 447-A (277) 




9?6SQ 


NAPPE, Ji (JO 


WURTON, W.G, (Pat) 


GLOBAL 


8355? 


TR 616 


(1042) 




82710 


447-A (277) 




02O5U 


NAPPE, MICHAEL 


KTN/BTL 


77215 


NUESCA, M, 


NWS 


83347 


SHELL 118 


(1042) 




84146 


SANDS 318 (934) 




83740 


NARLESKI, T.R 


, (MARY) 


RCA 


99362 


NUNES, ALFRED, CW4 


SAFOPS 


01422 


450-D 


(1379) 




82401 


REEF 228 (833) 




03766 


NATHANIEL* C, 


MRS, 


KENTRON 


81355 








TR 659 


(1732) 




82459 








NATHANIEL* F t 


H, (CHERYL) 


MZC 


83417 









TR 659 


(1732) 




82459 






NEHL'i M, 




BTL 


81203 


BR1EN, H,J t (KATHLEEN) 


BTL 


01504 


SHELL 202 


(863) 




64187 


TR 543 (823) 




82110 


NEIGHBORS, H, 


MRS, 


BTL 


77466 


BYRNE, MICHAEL 


GLOBAL 


83643 


.417- A 


U447) 




82415 


SANDS 103 £406) 




83636 


NEIGHBORS, R, 


M, (HELEN) 


RAYT 


77306 


CONNELL, J,P, (DOROTHY) 


GLOBAL 


83426 


417-A 


(1447) 




82415 


TH 747 (2045) 




83/21 


NEILSON, E, 




GLOBAL 


82168 


DOUGHERTY, JOHN 


KENTRON 


63231 


SHELL 304 






84107 


REEF 319 (1354) 




81912 


NELSEN, D.A t 




BTL 


81203 


MALLEY, G,J f 


KENTRON 


01436 


SHELL 112 






84145 


ENNYLAWEGAN (65) 






NELSON, TOM 




KENTRON 


81355 


NEAL, T,0, 


KENTRON 


81181 


CORAL 213 


(1284) 




83639 


REEF 3Q7 (564) 




62699 


NEHCOVSKYi N f 


MRS, 


MIT/LL 


99554 


ROURKE, RICHARD 


GLOBAL 


83315 


TR 501 






82723 


CORAL 310 




82561 


NEHCQVSKY, R, 


(NAN) 


RCA 


99523 


OBERG, D,S,, MAJ (JUDITH) 


KMR 


81516 


TR 501 


(997) 




82723 


I'R 857 




84557 


NEUN, Q, (CHRISTINE) 


KENTRON 


81550 


OBERNBERGtR, O.A, 


GLOBAL 


81522 


TR 723 


(959) 




82325 


SHELL 304 (1399) 




04107 


NEWBERRY, L.N 


i 


GLOBAL 


83395 


ODGERS, D.L, 


GLOBAL 


81478 


PALM 306 


(555) 




84239 


PALM 301 (1904) 




04384 


NEHBY, D,L, 




CQC 


82043 


OGAWA, A, (DOROTHY) 


GLOBAL 


02143 


REEF 102 


(506) 




82665 


433-A (262) 




82420 



81 



ALU NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS (> ARE THb POST OFFICfc BOX NUMBERS 



OKLWILfcH* hi, 

GUUtEUUE 
OlUi WILLIAM 

CORAL 306 (429) 
OKAMOTO* C, 

SANDS 102 (329) 
OKI, SHI GEO 

SPARTAN 220 (6382) 
OKUJ1* Gi < YU FUNG) 

TH 807 (464) 
QKQJJ, THOMAS 

RfcEf 129 
OLDHAM, W,K, 

KEEP 108 
OLDS, D, MRS, 

TR 730 (64) 
OLDS, R, (DOROTHY) 

TR 730 (64) 
OLSEN. H.J V 

PALM 213 
OLSON* 0,F f (NANCY) 

TR t>ll (1324) 

OLSON* ROBERT H, 

SHELL 111 (1867> 
ONCALfc, DON 

PALM 307 (1306) 
ONOSAKI, F f K t (HILDE) 

TR 666 (447) 
ORIS, A,0, 

SPH|NT 5 
ORieiiA, E.M, 

AJAX 15 (58) 
OSATQ, K, (MASAE) 

TR 024 (351) 
OSHIRO, R.T, 

SANDS 117 (883) 
OSHIRO, Y, 

GUGEEGUE (135) 
OSWALD, D t K, (RUTH) 

460-A (479) 
QTTE, W, 

APACHE*13 (56) 
0WN8EY* w, (ROSE) 

4B1-A (1008) 



GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 
GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

NWS 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

WfcCO O 

GLOBAL 

KTN/BTL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

RCA 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

BTL 

GLOBAL 

TT 




83497 

63552 
82480 
81010 
82270 
9922* 
99257 
83347 
84507 
83752 
84428 
83753 
82371 
93426 
83750 
83419 
83750 
77598 
84233 
83708 
82172 
77377 
84170 
82155 
82571 
81204 
83640 
99342 
99545 
99558 
99424 
83353 
84524 
32131 
84629 
83325 

77326 
83674 
99360 
99302 
83600 
83612 



PALMER* C.H, 




SYLVANlA 


99434 


AJAX 7A 


(6308} 




99386 


PANG J»L. 




KENTRON 


81190 


SANDS 202 


(1401) 




83123 


PANG, ROY 




GLOBAL 


99400 


NIKE 209 


(56) 




99238 


PANTOS, CiG, 


(CHERYL) 


WECO^< 


81237 


TR 75S 


(2246) 




82880 


PARKER* E,A. 




RCA 


99308 


SPRINT 5 


(997) 




99545 


PARKER, G,I. 




MDAC 


77485 


SHELL 119 


(1454) 




84102 


PART1N, E,B. 




WECO 


77470 


PALM 201 


(1804) 




84135 


PARTRIDGE, W, 


D, (JUEL) 


GLOBAL 


82i n 7 


TR 643 


(1828) 




82652 


PASCOE* D t (DORIS) 


RCA 


99542 


TR 727 


(997> 




83628 


PATTERSON, W, 


0, 


RCA 


99647 


AJAX 9 


(8495) 




99450 


PATTON, W,E, 




KENTRON 


81616 


ENNYLAtJEGAN (65) 




81436 


PAULJN, R,D,, 


CW4 (ANN) 


SAFSEA 


77421 


228-A 


(524) 




8265b 


PEUWJ**J f C. 
(TR 9iyJ 


(YUKIKO) 
(673) 


KENTRON 


61108 
84614 



PEALE, K»S, 

SANDS 311 (1207) 
PECKINPAUGH, D,L, 

AJAX 3 
PEKNY, L 4 (JOYCE) 

458-G (2008) 
PELRJNE, U^ t (BETTY) 

422- A (2327) 
PENAHCZYK, J, (MARY) 

455.B (386) 
PENNJJjmgN, J,C t (ALICE) 
R 9 nj (451) 

perTTTXlIT H.R., 

REEF 206 11015) 
P ERR! ERA, L»D, 

SANDS 207 (1847) 
PERRY, C,S, 

PALM 302 (1226) 
PETERS, K,M, 

SANDS 208 (369) 
PETERSON, DAVID 

SPRINT 13 (58) 
PETERSON, K,W, SFCCfcHLLIE) 

TR845 (1518) 
PETILLO* A, MRS, 

TR 934 
^'ii&l-J'S, (AORiANNE) 

R 9j Q (732) 
PETFY, F t 8, 

REEF 311 (1836) 
PFITZER, J,T, (PEGGY) 

fR 820 (1468) 
PHELAN, THOMAS 

SHELL 2U8 (802) 
PHILLIPS, J,J, 

SWELL 119 (71) 
PICAOO, A ( S, (HELEN) 

432-B (397) 
PICAOO, H, MRS, 

432-6 (397) 
PIERCE, J,N, 

SHELL 217 
PIERCE, JfcRRY D, 

CORAL 106 (1066) 
PILLMEIER R (OONNA) 

TR&6Q (284) 
PINNEY, W,S f 

REEF 208 (29) 
PITTS, D,fc, (ROBERTA) 

TR 778 (2076) 
PLAfT, LaW» 

SPRINT 78 
^HCHTA, J, (MARY) 

TR 722 (128) 
PLISINSKI, P, (MARUARET) 

TR 872 (123) 
PLUFF, R,K t 

NIKE 206 (267) 
P0L5GR0VE, J.B, CMAkCU) 

TR574 (5 ) 
POMATA, L,M, (V1ROINUJ 

430-B (1895) 
PONCE, A (JOANNE) 

TR 731 (964) 
PONCE, L. (KATHY) 

210-B (1325) 
POOL, H,A, (JEAN) 

TR 960 (1231) 
POOL i MAX (DOT) 

446-A (2057) 
POPJNSKI, J,W, (CAROL) 

TR 572 (1924) 
POPPE, CARL J, 

ATLAS 1 (2004) 



KENTRON 

RCA 

WECO ^ 

WECO O 

WECO 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

WECO^P 

KENTRON 

KTN/LL 

SAFSEA 

IBM 

BTL 

KENTRON 

KMR 

GLOBAL 

MDAC 

SYL 

MIT/LL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

BTL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

RCA 

KENTRON 

HAYT 

KENTRON 

MDAC 

WECO O 

KENTRON 

BTL 

UNIVAC 

KMR 

WECO ^ 

KENTRON 



81311 

84338 

99592 

99424 

77405 

83694 

77319 

83793 

76203 

82279 

81355 

84651 

81900 

64337 

63502 

82726 

77470 

84213 

81569 

83700 

99174 

99545 

77520 

84545 

77469 

84634 

77293 

84634 

81123 

64300 

81361 

84520 

82146 

84153 

77491 

64102 

99552 

83481 

81254 

83481 

77304 

64138 

62154 

62556 

81238 

63536 

81229 

83654 

62011 

82757 

99606 

99513 

83771 

82420 

77461 

84572 

99312 

99566 

77427 

83744 

77567 

82379 

81229 

82492 

61439 

63790 

77351 

84660 

82036 

82211 

77593 

82774 

99448 

99388 



82 



ALL NUMBER5 IN PARENTHESI5 (> AHF THb POST UFFICfc HUX NUMBERS 



PORT, LARRY 

CORAL 204 (962) 
PORTER, J,D, 

PALM 101 (19Q7) 

PORTER, WARREN (8ULTEN) 

TR 636 (241) 
POTTER, D,O t (HOLLY) 



(1496) 
CPT CCECtLE) 
(2095) 

(1244) 



TN 677 
POWELL, J,A 

436-A 
POWELL, J,L 

PALM 204 
PRATT* D,R t 

PALM 206 
PREVETE, A, (ELEANOR) 

TR 796 (843) 
PR1CHARD, W f E, 

TR 660 
PRIMACIO, HERBERT 

CORAL 220 (1534) 
PRJTQHARO* C|V« 

REEF 110 (871) 
PRUITT, H,D, (ALICE) 

224-8 (1661) 
PULlAFJCO# F, (CARLENE) 

TR 616 (908) 
PUOANUI, D.K, 

CORAL 209 (1034) 
PUULEI, WILLIAM 

CORAL 313 (1827) 
PYTKA, L,M t , MRS. 

TR 651 (1915) 
PYTKA, S,M t (LINDA) 

TR 651 (1915) 



KfcNTROfo 

WECO @ 

GLOBAL 

RCA 

KMR 

WECO O 

WECO ^ 

WECO-sl^ 

BTL 

GLOBAL 
KENTRON 
KENTRON 
RAYT 
GLOBAL 
GLOBAL 
WECO O 
WECO Q 



Q 



OUIMN* A, (TRANNIE) 
443-A (1357) 



AMELCO 



R 



RADER, J,R, 




GLOBAL 


CORAL 315 






RAGAN, R,R, (JOOY) 


GLOBAL 


46V-A 


(1452) 




RANDALL* J.L, 


i JR. 


KENTRON 


SANDS 212 


(2337) 




RANIS* A, 




GLOBAL 


CORAL 314 


(775) 




RATHBURN, J.F 


, (MICKEY) 


MM 


TR 712 


(328) 




RAUCHWERK, A, 


(PEARL) 


RCA/BTL 


472-A 


1799) 




RAULSTON, J # B 


,*CW4 


SAFSEA 


REEF 226 


(1235) 




RAY P f R, (KATHRYN) 


RCA 


427-A 


(947) 




RAY, J t D f 




RCA 


AJAX 8 






RAY, R,E t CEMILIE) 


RCA 


TR 586 


(1353) 




RAY, RON C, 




KENTRON 


CORAL 216 


(2033) 




REDDY, TQM 




KENTRON 


ZEUS 3 






REDFQRD, S,D, 


(VIRGINIA) 


RCA 


TR 742 


(1662) 




REOHOR, J, 




GLOBAL 


CORAL 305 


(635) 




REDMOND, J t B, 


(YVONNE) 


GLOBAL 


TR 751 


(837) 





81181 
84313 
81546 
84126 
81329 
81927 
99593 
84577 
81361 
82280 
77598 
84216 
77596 
8420b 
77206 
8252V 

84580 

77312 

84263 

81900 

83336 

81533 

82200 

77462 

84516 

83560 

82578 

81249 

82326 

7 7 487 

83486 

77567 

83488 



83530 
82470 



83740 

82750 

83364 

82709 

82154 

83797 

83412 

82566 

81618 

83635 

81500 

82372 

77440 

84265 

99229 

8J924 

99694 

99386 

99347 

82770 

81181 

84288 

99543 

99389 

99205 

82570 

81452 

83427 

99272 

82732 



NEED, C,A, (JO) 

487-C (1644) 
HfcfcVbS, P t rf f (PAT) 

TK 621 (139) 

RhfcAN, LJENNis 

SHELL 317 
WEICHERT, J f 6, (ROSE) 

"TR 790 (2386) 
HElD, J,G t 

ENNYLABfcG&N (65) 
KfelS, H,A, (VICTORIA) 

499-A (142) 
NfcIS, R t A, 

AJAX 2 
WEMfcTES, TOM 

CORAL 310 (1503) 
RHfelNSTfclN, J t (BETTY) 

203-B (58) 
RlCCJ, P.L. (tBt) 

H* 939^ (756) 
RICHARD, H,R, 

SHELL 111 (514) 
RICHARDS, WILLIAM 

REEF 205 
RICHARDSON, [ f , MRS* 

tH 648 (371) 
RICHARDSON, L,D, (INGHIO) 

TR 648 (371) 
RJCKETTS, W (MAHGANfcT) 

403*A (122/) 
RIDINGS, L.Lt (ANITA) 

TR 640 (1311) 
RINEHART, N t L, 

PALM 3U3 (2303) 
RJQHDAN, fc l( MHS, 

TR 506 (1309) 
KlOftDAN, W. (ELIZABETH) 

TR 506 (1309) 
ROARK, DUNCAN 

REEF 119 (794) 

H»L f (HIDfeKO) 



(666) 
(6280) 



J#A, 



(1264) 

(MAKUARET) 

(1424) 



TR9B 

rqhTkts; c, 

NIKE 212 
ROBERTS, y,H, (MARY LOU) 

TR 567 (899) 
ROttEHTS, H,W, 

SANDS 213 
ROBERTSON, R, (NANCY) 

TK 738 (1057) 
ROBINSON, BILLY G,,SFC 

REEF 217 
ROBINSON, D,L» 

CORAL 213 
ROBINSON, 

TR 593 

kqhimsqnT 

TH 705 
ROURIGUfcS, A, 

ZEUS 4 
HODRIGUbS, JUAN 

PALM 30« (201) 
ROURIGUES, V, 

CORAL 218 (1055) 
RQURIGUEZ, MIKE 

SANDS 208 
ROHAL. J, A, 

REEF 317 (963) 
^HA-IMC,^! r, (LIOKOTHY) 

TR95n (817) 
»US, kOHNY (681 J 

SANDS 203 



P» (CAROL) 
(793) 

WtLi (LEE) 
(2018) 



KMR 

MM 

GLOBAL 
KMR 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

RCA 

GLOBAL 

MIT/LL 

KENTRON 

KTN/BTL 

KENTRON 

IBM 

IBM 

AMELCO 

KENTRON 

WECO £) 

MIT/LL 

SYL 

GLOBAL 

KTN/BTL 

GLOBAL 

RCA 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

SAFSEA 

KENTRON 

HECU £5 

SYL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

IBM/BTL 

KENTRON 



83770 
84,129 
76246 
82784 
82U13 
8419* 
82181 
82*46 
81446 

83*60 
82244 
99592 
99386 
77344 
82561 
99481 

83/17 

8135b 

84639 

77357 

84170' 

83773 

84*57 

77286 

82*35 

77296 

82235 

82184 

83769 

81661 

82463 

77312 

64212 

99631 

83927 

99409 

83927 

83643, 

83119 

77211 

84686 

99363 

99*33 

99553 

83504 

82107 

82330 

82011 

82831 

77414 

84266 

61494 

83639 

77*4d 

82715 

99343 

84680 

83451 

83625 

99558 

99389 

83552 

84240 

83315 

82572 

81549 

83700 

81190 

83580 

77309 

84652 

83265 

82587 



83 



ALL NUMBERS j N PARENTHESIS <) ARF THE POST OFFICE BOX NUMBERS 



ROOT, E,J, 

SPARTAN 108 (8439) 
ROSAHTA, P, 

SHfcLL 303 (2071) 
ROSE, *■ , (MARGARET) 

TK t>05 (805) 
ROSENOW, W t A, 

RbfcF 204 (919) 
ROSS, E,R t 

SURF 102 
ROSS, W t C, 

APACHE 7 (997, 
ROTH, «, (MARIKA) 

TN 609 (2381) 
ROUSSEAU, LEE 

SPRINT 14 (8312? 
ROME, C. (LOUISE) 

TR 529 (362) 
ROWLEY, j f D, 

SPRJNT 2 
RUBIN, N t H # 

CORAL 212 (1207) 
RUBIO, A t MRS, 
TR 968 

R UEjJik liJ. (AGNES) 

CLfiUiSiJ (1046) 
RUCH^uJ-W, (INEZ) 

Oft g£A> <2374) 
RUNKEL, cTj, 

REEF 206 (2039] 
RUN VON, L» 

CORAL 312 (2254) 
RUNVUN, RAY 

SANUS 103 (1032) 
RUPAHO, A,R t (BOBBIE) 

TR 672 (553) 
RUPLiNGER, r,h. 

SANOS 217 (1809) 
RUSK, J,C, 

CORAL 318 (2265) 
RUSSELL, G,L, (LE NAY) 

401-D (1365) 
RUSSELL, H,G, (PATRICIA 

TR 832 (555) 
RUSSELL, HAROLD E, 

REEF 105 (2324) 
RUTKQMSKJ, D f J, 

REEF 309 (453) 
RUTZ, S,F,, MAJ, 

REEF 230 (255) 
RYAN,, THOHAS 

SANUS 302 (824) 



s 



SAFKQ. E t E, 

AJAX 15 
SAHL, M t (JOAN) 

TR 654 (997) 
SALMUSp R t R. (SHIRLEY) 

TH 741 ( 864 , 
SAMPAGA, WALTHAN 

SANUS 107 (421) 
SANBORN, R,L, (FUSAKO) 

TR 854 (574) 
SANCHEZ, R f T, 

GUGEEGUE (135) 

SANOEHSON, K t hi , (BONNIE) 

456-0 (1549) 

SANOKUHLER, W f (MAUREEN) 

42»-B (1007) 
SANDLIN, £,A t 

AJAX 7A 



GLOBAL 


99272 




99521 


GLOBAL 


76264 




84192 


MJT/LL 


99393 




62380 


KENTRON 


83773 




82754 


KENTRON 


84804 




83794 


RCA 


99157 




99387 


HIT/LL 


99603 




82925 


SYLVAN! A 


99673 




99513 


RAYT 


77476 




82557 


RCA 


99471 




99544 


KENTRON 


82575 




84280 


«tl 


81535 




84668 


GLOBAL 


81224 


we CO Q 


84668 
77312 




84663 


KENTRON 


83225 




84J37 


GLOBAL 


83319 




82548 


GLOBAL 


82131 




83636 


mm 


77468 




82272 


GLOBAL 


82107 




84278 


GLOBAL 


82153 




82617 


GLOBAL 


83330 




82651 


GLOBAL 


82168 




84532 


GLOBAL 


81204 




82636 


KENTRON 


82154 




83703 


SAFSEA 


81298 


GLOBAL 


83451 




82807 



RCA 

RCA 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

MOAC 

RCA 

RCA 



99503 

99386 

99141 

82857 

82020 

82323 

83548 

81828 

81370 

84554 

83358 

77572 
84386 
99575 
82474 
99694 
99386 



SANGJOLU, T,Lt (SYLVIA) 
432-A (1304) 

SASJfcLA, R,J t# UR (JOAN) 
!* 540 (133) 

SATAKE, JERRY 

CORAL 304 (768) 
SATO F 

CORAL 107 (182) 
SAUNDERS, J f A, 

ZEUS 7 
SAVAGE, J,A, 

NIKE 104 

45Q-A 



(8474) 
(PATRICIA) 

(907) 
( JUYCE) 

(161) 



SAWYER, L.D, (BETTY) 



4Q4-B 



(2331) 



SAYLOR, C, DR, (8ETTIE) 

408-B (1323) 
SCAFj^JSAM (MARY) 

dg~91Jp (508) 
SCHAEFER, J, OR* (EVA) 

213A (556) 
SCHAFER, R f A, 

GUGEEGUE (65) 
SCHEIDELL, H,D, 

AJAX 13 
SCHIESZIER, A, J, (CAROLE) 

™ *15 (1474) 
SCHILLING, JAMES 

ENNYLA8EGAN 
SCHLOSSER, C,R (I CN4 

REEF 216 (2114) 
SCHNEJK, K, 

PALM 309 (1307) 
SCHNEIDER, C.H. (JOANN) 

T« 933 (231) 
SCHNOOR, R, (JUDY) 

TR 830 
SCHftOYENS, V, 

SANDS 214 (1406) 
SCHj^ji^w.K, (MARTI) 
(TR97r>"' (1378) 
SCHDtir, "U.W, 

APACHE 1 
SCHUPP, G,D ( (NAOMI) 
!» 757 (619) 
SCHUPP, N, MRS, 

TR 757 
SCIBETTA* J, A, 

CORAL 111 (1207) 
SCOGGINS, J,B, (PAT) 

437-A (2395) 
5EABHQ0K, M,R, 

SHELL 316 195) 
SEARLE, T f C, OR, (MARY) 

212-A (2256) 
5ECORA, R f JR, 

CORAL 116 (103) 
SEfcSE, L* (NATHALIE) 

TR 578 (1334) 
SEtSE, N, MRS, 

TR 578 (U34) 
SEIBERT, GEORGE (GRACE) 

208-8 (2255) 
SELF, HOWARD (OORIS) 

TR 509 (774) 
SENNETT, J tWi (ETHEL) 

TR 600 (997) 
SERAFINI, F t (MABEL) 
. 229-A (j 15 ) 
SERGEANT, L, 

SANDS 106 (1405) 



HHL/LL 

MIT/LL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

UNIVAC 

MIT/LL 

WECO Q 

GLOBAL 

CDC 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

RCA 

WECOQ 

KENTRON 

SAFSEA 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

RCA 

GLOBAL 

BTL 

KENTRON 

WECO Q 

KfN/BTL 

SYL 

MZC 

BTL 

KENTRON 

WECO Q 

GLOBAL 

RCA 

GLOBAL 
GLOttAL 



99409 

82885 

99327 

82104 

83775 

82588 

83775 

83397 

99535 

99442 

99302 

99640 

77206 

84644 

99621 

82234 

77260 

82302 

82224 

82765 

82043 

84611 

82224 

82490 

83325 

83340 

99269 

99386 

77279 

82782 

83557 

81620 

827Q8 

62224 

84241 

62168 

84533 

83607 

64530 

83353 

82418 

82040 

84671 

99660 

99387 

81535 

82744 

81507 

62764 

61229 

64222 

81527 

82667 

77228 

84177 

99215 

82640 

83351 

63702 

81216 

62716 

82023 

82718 
77525 

64110 

63353 

62676 

99260 

82204* 

99322 

63554 

63451 

62523 



84 



ALL NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS (J ARE THE POST UFFICfc BOX NUMBERS 



(8464) 
(997) 



(135) 



SERlNO, J f e, (CLAUDIA) 

TR 650 (773) 
SEYDA, D,D f (EULA) 

464*A (402) 
SEYOA, E« MRS, 

464-A (402) 
SHAFfcR, M,T, (LORRINE) 

TR 77? (1314) 
SHAFFER, 0,E, 

AJM 12 
SHANBECK, D,F, 

AJAX 11 
SHANNONi G f M, (MARGARET) 

461*A (58) 
SHELBY, JAS, L» (SARA) 

TR 592 (352) 
SHELBY, SARA, MRS, 

TR 592 (352) 
SHELTON. G.O, 

PALM 111 (1857) 
SHERQTA, 6 t C| (NANCY) 

TR 611 (1006) 
SHERWOOD, A,C, (DAISY) 

TR 629 (1272) 
SHILLAM, J,D t 

SHELL 217 
SHJM, Ei 

GUGEEQUE 
SHJMABUKURO, M, 

CORAL 320 (1885) 
SHIN80* F,K. 

NIKE 210 
SHIPMAN, D,L, 

SPARTAN 2|4 
SHIPMAN, J,H. 

CORAL 104 (408) 
SHIRLEY. ANN. MRS, 

TR 628 U3Q2) 
SHJRLEY. E f W, (SHELBY) 

465-B (72) 
SHIRLEY, J. A, (ANN) 

TR 628 (1302) 
SH0TZ. N, (ANDREA) 

TR 579 (831) 
SHUFORD. D.Li 

PALM 102 
SHUST6R. C, 

SHELL 314 
SIEGL. CAROLYN, MRS, 

TR 606 (1935) 
SIEGL. G,L. (CAROLYN) 

TR 606 (1935) 
SJEGRIST, J, (LOIS) 

TR 547 (1016) 

SIEMENS, J,L, DR (PAT) 

209-A (2225) 

SIGNOR. G,R, (EILEEN) 

475-8 (1546) 

SILVERMAN, E, (MIRJAM) 

TR 86? (23j 3) 

RMAN, M, MRS, 
669 

v; a,r, 



(1944) 
(114) 




(384) 



CORAL 105 
SILVIA, £ f M, 

SHELL 117 
SIMENSON, N, 

REEF 113 
SIMMONS. J, A, 

SANDS 317 
SIMS, E, (BETTY) 

216-B (851) 
S1PPERT, G,V M CW3 

REEF 226 (833) 



(1604) 
(1207) 



WECO O 


77487 




82306 


MOAC 


81156 




82864 


SYL 


99104 




82864 


GLOBAL 


81249 




84303 


CDC 


99626 




99386 


RCA 


99294 




99366 


HJT/LL 


99607 




82635 


KBNTRON 


81355 




82469 


KENTRON 


81125 




82469 


HECO 


77487 




84204 


BTL 


77219 




82741 


GLOBAL 


82163 




84529 


GLOBAL 


77304 




84138 


GLOBAL 


83358 


GLOBAL 


82128 




83483 


GLOBAL 


99225 




99132 


GLOBAL 


99225 




99636 


KENTRON 


83773 




62524 


HDAC 


81161 




82616 


KMR 


83473 




82472 


WfiCO 


77353 




82616 


SYL 


99143 


W6C0 Q 


62940 
77452 




84201 


BTL 


61202 




84186 


STL 


81444 




82531 


BTL 


76203 




82531 


WECO-^V 


77518 




82813 


GLOBAL 


82224 


WECG £\ 


83632 

77349 
83758 


MIT/LL 


99418 




84569 


ytL" 


M?^ 




84569^ 


GLOBAL 


62183 


weco Q 


84355 

772HD 




84127 


RCA 


99605 




82306 


KENTRON 


82716 




83788 


GLOBAL 


83309 




82468 


SAFOPS 


81423 




84265 



51SSDN, H. (JEANETTfc) 

. TR 953"^ (39) 

SKfeLTUftr, 0, (STtLLA) 

429-A (1723) 

5KELT0N, STELLA, MRS, 

429-A (1723) 

SLAYUON, G,U, 

PALM 304 (2063) 

SLOAft., SiH, (VEKNA) 

_TR 965^ (2311) 

SLoArMt, j f w f 1LT (BARBARA 

TH 573 (147b) 

SMfcLTZERi M» 

SHELL 302 
SMijH. h,j;. (BONNIE) 

UR fl£\ C23t»b> 

SMITH, D,B, 

REEF 330 (345) 
SMITH, G;w f# OH, (JULIA) 

203-A (70) 
$MjlLi m Ji 4 A, (PALEPA) 

TR 9p5"^ (1287) 
SMITH, LONNIE (THELMA) 

455-A (265) 
SMITH, R A Li 

REEF 203 (1306) 
SMITH, R,w, 

SPRINT 6 (8308) 
SMITH, H, 

GUGEEGUE (102) 
SMITH, HAHREM 

SANDS 216 
SNEED, J»L, (JUDY) 

TR 641 (1822) 
SNYDER, MICHAEL 

CORAL 108 (2053) 
SOOTOO, L, (HART) 

*43-B (445) 
)R,K^£S£* ARDELLE M, 

TR92J (676) 
SOfO", PFte 

SHELL 211 (1316) 
SOUTHERN, JESSE E, 

SANDS 201 (223) 
SPENCER, H t tt ( 

CORAL 311 (334) 
SP1ECE, G, (PAULA) 

I R 514 (2216) 
SPILLMAN, R,D, 

SANDS 215 
SPLEES, tf t G t (HfcGINA) 

424-A (2203) 
SPHATT JOHN 

REEF 327 (1297) 
ST, CHARLES, UfcORtifc 

-ORAL 311 U276) 
STAIGER, fc,N, (DOROTHY) 

TR 542 (2046) 
STANDEN, H,A ( (LEE) 

439-A (242) 
STARCHER, A, ft, 

ATLAS 6 (8564) 
STATON, E,E, (SHIRLEY) 

451-D (2277) 
STAZAK, RICHARD 

PALM 301 (692) 
STEELE FREDERICK 

RfcEF 312 (1278) 
STEiNER, J (W , 

PALM 308 (647) 
STELLAR, WAYNE 

REEF 120 (2387) 
STfcLZNER, S,F, (CARRIE) 

465-0 (124V) 



SAN1JJ A 
HAYT 

HECO /O 
WECO 



o 



RAYTHEON 
) KMR 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

GLOHAL 

GLOBAL 

KMR 

KENTRON 

SYLVANJA 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

MDAC 

GLOBAL 

WECO^r 

GLOBAL 

KTN/BTL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

BTL 



GLOBAL 


NECO Q 


«LOBAL 


GLOBAL 


HCA/BTL 


NWS 


HAYT 


WECO% 


GLOBAL 


KENTRON 


GLOBAL 


KENTRON 


BTL 



81134 

64053 

77315 

82i>0i 

81393 

82301 

81^46 

84237 

77383 

84665 

814 3 2 

83/60 

81249 

84184 

82033 

84679 

82141 

84147 

82^24 

82340 

82128 

84605 

62110 

82233 

17162 

82600 

99467 

9934b 

83497 

81350 
82378 
77546 
82255 

83357 
84311 

77247 

83523 

83522 

64626 

77315 

84193 

83753 

83610 

82182 

82562 

61224 

82307 

82153 

62719 

7 7294 

62797 

83601 

84 391 

64445 ' 

82562 

81354 

82389 

82136 

82425 

99570 

99388 

77*94 

82108 

83332 

64384 

82020 

82371 

84445 

8424Q 

83225 

83633 

61218 

83605 



85 



ALL NUMBbRS IN PARENTHESIS () ARE THE POST OFFICE BUX 



STENNARD, C.fc, (ELIZABETH) 



21/*A 



(1622) 



STfcNVtHS, M,H, (DEE) 

4>1-A (1411) 
STEPHENS, B,C, (BARBARA) 

TR t>3j (2231) 
STbPLfeTON. R,M* (CAROL) 

TR 739 £176) 
STEPP, J,T, (BARBARA) 

222-A (678) 
STERN, RONALU 

CORAL 222 
STE WfRf r__S.G 

R 946 



SSG (PHYLLIS) 
(2062) 



(845) 
(738) 
(1536) 



(285) 



STirEFi R.M 

Rtfcfr 203 
STILES, W.fc, (MARY) 

222-B 
STJPANOVIC, T. 

SHELL 109 
STQKfcS, H,A, 

SANDS 116 
STONAGfc, F f J, 

SANDS 214 
STON1CH, L, 

CUWAL 318 
STQRME, M, (VIRGINIA) 

403D (975) 
STRASSHEJM, R,E, 

APACHE 11 (8308) 
STRlBLiNG, S t C f (MARION) 

TK 633 (988) 
STROM, R ( H f (FLORENCE) 

TR 890 (771) 
STU8BS, H.E. COL (GRACE) 

228-B 
STURfcK, G,L. 

SPRINT 7A 
SUGGS, R, 

CORAL 205 
SULLIVAN, C.L, 

TR 745 
SUMI, RONALD 

REEF 129 
SUMIDA, DENNIS 

SANDS 204 
SUM IDA, £,M, 

REEF 311 
SUNO, E.T 

49>-A 
SUR8EH, O.L. 

SANDS 307 
SUTTON, 0. £ 

TR 619 
SYKOS# M, (NAOA) 

TR 737 (914) 



2058 

(8484) 

(1207) 

(LYNETTE) 

(894) 

(2397) 
(1337) 



(369) 
(DOROTHY) 
(949) 



(1066) 
C JEANNEANE) 
(2316) 



TABON* O t 

HfctF 326 (2212) 
TAKATA E M 

P-tEK 101 (644) 
TALBEHT, R, (BARBARA) 

TR 750 (797) 
TANCAYU, R,Lf 

CORAL 3Q9 (2122) 
TANJGAWA, K. 

SPRINT 12 
TANNER, C»W, 

CORAL 301 
TATTOLI, G,J, (LUCILLE) 

TR 665 (699) 



BTL 

GLOBAL 

RCA 

GLOBAL 

&TL 

GLOBAL 

SAFSEA 

KENTRON 

WECO Q 

KTN/bTL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

FAA 

SYLVANIA 

RCA 

RCA 

SAFOPS 

CDC 

KENTRON 

MDAC 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

tiTL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 



GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

SYLVANIA 

KENTRON 

WECOQ 



77566 
62427 
83002 
82462 
99228 
84800 
82011 
62221 
81511 
63688 
82168 
83706 
77520 
64646 

81681 

62600 

77239 

82484 

77242 

84134 

82137 

83467 

82150 

82418 

82168 

82617 

82196 

82332 

99110 

99387 

99391 

82747 

99579 

B4590 

81421 

82602 

99667 

99383 

81681 

83756 

77491 

62210 

84144 

84428 

83344 

62400 

83468 

84300 

77366 

83637 

83215 

83396 

82744 
83506 
62634 



83446 
82547 
83468 
84223 
76269 
82526 
82130 
83592 
99496 
99545 
81229 
82590 
77445 
82315 



iMfc POST OFFICfc BUX NUMBERS 


TAYLOR, E,K, (YVONNE) 


KMR 


490-A (181) 




TAYLOR, J«O at OH (BRENDA) 


HIT/LL 


«54-A (2315) 




TEfcLE, J,H f (PATRICIA) 


MIT/LL 


4Q4-D (2346) 




TEHCYAK, H»S, 


KENTRON 


REEF 108 (127**) 




TERRY, M.U.,HAJ (PAULA) 


KMR 


471-B (807) 




TERUYA, H ( (NORMA) 


GLOBAL 


rw 897 (611) 




THAMES, W, (SUE) 


WECO 


437-C (2144) 


THfcRRAULT, J f 


KENTRON 


SANDS 315 (6Q3) 




THlBODEAU, J,R t 


RCA 


SPRINT 3 




THOMAS, P,G f 


WECO O 


PALM 203 (1907) 


THOMAS, RICHARD E, 


GLOBAL 


CORAL 108 (820) 




THOMASON, F,W f (LINDA) 


KMR 


TR 834 (22«2) 




THOMASON, L.J, 


KENTRON 


SANDS 201 




THUMASSON, DICK 


GLOBAL 


SANDS 104 (1291) 




THOMPSON, O f A f 


KENTRON 


ZEUS 1 (6494) 




THOMPSON, D,E, 


GLOBAL 


PALM 307 (1863) 


flk 


THOMPSON, J,C, 


WECoQ 


PALM 107 (1251) 


THOjtlPHnMi^J.F, (ELEANOR) 


MM 


Cl w 9 ^4J (1374) 




IHORlTirT^T.B, 


RCA 


SPRINT 16 (997) 


jPfc 


THURSTON, J,E, (NINA) 


WECO O 


446-B 




TIETZ, C,R, (JEAN) 


RCA 


494-A (1866) 




TiLTON, R f C, MAJ (GAY) 


KMR 


102 B (1359) 




TIMAS, R, (ELIZABETH) 


GLOBAL 


467-B (194) 




TIMKO, H 4 


WECO O 


PALM 305 (278) 


TIPPJT, T f S f (PAT) 


KMR 


TR 580 (2253) . 




TOBIAS, G.Hf, (MERYL) 


BTL 


!* 556 (2098) 




TOGUCHI, S, 


GLOBAL 


SANDS 107 (2212) 




TUKAREFi, PETER (HELEN) 


HAYTHEON 


404-C (20810 




TOLZIN, S f W, .(KATHRYN) 


UNIVAC 


TP 571 (1386) 




TOM, RICHARD (CARMEN) 


AT-LIL 


!« 531 (1213) 




TOMA| W f 


GLOBAL 


CORAL 221 (2274) 




TQMSIC, R f H, (HONOR) 


RCA/BTL 


441-B (1491) 




TOPAZZINY, F, 


RCA 


AJAX 1 




TORODE, F,Ht (ILENE) 


BTL 


422-D (1641) 




TOZER, GEORGE b, 


GLOBAL- 


NIKE 211 




TRAVALAND, £, (BARBARA) 


GLOBAL 


TR 870 (784) 




TRAVIS, J, 


GLOBAL 


SPARTAN 204 (8490) 





84111 

83621 

99451 

62290 

99167 

62342 

83773 

62371 

61361 

62496 

63365 

64597 

77461 

62115 

83773 

83742 

99537 

99545 

61323 

84232 

81522 

84311 

63473 

64534 

61549 

63610 

84143 

82890 

99121 

99516 

63375 

62571 

61546 

64206 

61624 

84664 

99342 

99545 

77356 

82537 

99586 

82406 

81493 

82395 

63317 

82293 

77364 

64236 

81596 

82606 

81239 

82456 

81520* 

81828 

77238 

62413 

61374 

82646 

83531 

63755 

62141 

83655 

81597 

82573 

99342 

99386 

76263 

62446 

99i{25 
99267 
63456 

64>70 
99273 

99645 



86 



ALL NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS () ARE TNfc POST Uf F I Cfc dOX NUMBERS 



TREGASK1S, E f M, (MARIAN) 

490-B (632) 
TRieOLlNJ* L v 

CORAL 315 (794) 
TRIONE, THOMAS 

REEF 210 (2292) 
TROMJL61X4- J.P, (LINDA) 

r R 962J (343) 
TRdWFnTp Li MRS, 

TR 962 (343) 
TROHBINJ, E.W, (NANCY) 

TR 970 (516) 
TROTTER, J,D, (BEVERLY) 

442-A (542) 
TURVEY, W, 

CORAL 216 (1207) 
TUTEN, R,K, (BETH) 

TR 887 (66) 
TYNDALL, S,D. 

PALM212 (1604) 



GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

KgNTRON 

W6C0 Q 

BTL 

RAYTHEON 

RAYT 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

W6C0 Q 



U 



UGORETZ, K f J, (NANCY) 
4Q5-C (827) 

UTZ,iUi^JPAULETTE) 
(7R 9BQ (1449) 

U WATTE, DONALD 

SPARTAN 208 (8450) 

UYEHARA, R f K, (SHIRLENE) 
466*A (7 ) 



MOAC 
KENTRON 

GLOBAL 
BOH 



V 



82182 
64410 
83554 
82750 
83773 
84314 
77376 
84662 
77502 
84662 
99570 
84678 
77515 
6279B 
82020 
84288 
81355 
84587 
81641 
84234 



61153 
82534 
81219 
84685 
99365 
99150 
82177 
82870 



VACCARO, A»M, (GWEN) 


RAYTHEON 


77413 


TR 763 (1064) 




82543 


VAtOBZt P,F. 


KENTRON 


61549 


SANBS 304 (739) 




83616 


VALENTINO* P. 


FAA 


62196 


CORAL 114 (1891) 




82731 


-VAN .DUSENt MRS, P t 


*W/U — 


*— *9482 


Tff *6t ( 787 ) 




•■> 4 661 
9±88i 






Xj»~*+£ ( 78 7 ) 




^T^TD I 


VAN ETTEN, RICHARD 


KENTRON 


81219 


CORAL 207 (457) 




84295 


VAN HECKE, HARRY 


GLOBAL 


83705 


CORAL 109 (1274) 




83782 


VANASSE, R t (SHIRLEY) 


W6CO £) 


77353 


TR 624 (1947) 


82817 


VANCE, D,C, 


GLOBAL 


99361 


APACHE 15 




99360 


VANDERMINDEN, W,0, (RUTH) 


WECO Q 


77276 


461-B (2276) 


82410 


VELASCQ, J t G t 


BOH 


82177 


SANDS 108 (609) 




82190 


VELEZi L,A t (VIRGINIA) 


SAFSEA 


77414 


485-8 (124) 




83541 


VERNETT1, R.J, 


KENTRON 


63325 


GUGEEGUE 




83340 


VERNON, W.C, 


KENTRON 


81355 


REEF 210 




84314 


VERRET, CAROLYN MISS 


GLOBAL 


82224 


SUKF 206 (348) 




82612 


VIGGIANO, F,A, (NANCYS 


BTL 


77277 


TR 545 (1279) 




83629 


VINCENT, Q, 


GLOBAL 


83469 


CORAL 307 (1464) 




84117 


VINCENT, R t D, (JEANNE) 


RCA 


99139 


TR 617 (997) 




83679 


VIRGIN, L»W* (NITA) 


WgCO^fC 


77322 


435-A (2272) 




82766 



VlSfc t P.G, RCA 

AJAX 5 

VOSS, ANDHfcW (ANN MARIE) UNJVAC 

TR 645 
VOTTfcLEK, fc f W, RCA 

ZEUS 8 
VUKSANOVICH, S,U, (TINA) WE1i^ O 

TR 843 (2017) 



W 



WACHSLER, E. (UURIS) 

478 C (2385) 
WAUDELL R G (LUCY) 

TR510 (745) 
WAUE, J.Q,,CW2 

REEF 227 
WAGNER, CALVIN 

REEF 129 
WALUEN, LARRY 

SPARTAN 119 (8280) 
WALOMAN, WILLIAM 

AJAX 8 
WALKER, M,J ( 

SHELL 114 (982) 
WALKER, T,B, (MARJOHIE) 

484-A (643) 
WALLIN, DOUGLAS 

PALM 309 (204) 
WALSH, J, 

REEF 117 (1492) 
WALTON, G ( J, (MARILYN) 

411*B (2257) 
WARNER, G, (PAT) 

458-B (1219) 
WARREN, AOAM (LUCY) 

TR 720 (571) 
WARSHAUER, V, 

5HELL 209 (2102) 
WATMNS, R.H, 

AJAX 16 (997) 
WEBB, L.Li (HELEN) 

TR 850 (1489) 
WEBB, WILLIE 

SPARTAN 101 (8251) 
WEBSTER, J t (GAIL) 

TR 517 (1844) 
WEUGE, J,M, (JUDY) 

TR 582 (1887) 
WE I OMAN, GEORGE M, 

PALM 307 (967) 
WEINER, N«n, (LINDA) 

TR 614 (1683) 

WEI S^R, C , (CAROLYN) 

<L R 9 ^D (1558) 

*£LQEEBji'SFC E-7(ANITA) 

( TR 935D (2206) 

WEL5H7t7w, (KUBY) 

205-B (1842) 
WENDT, BONNIE, MRS, 

106-A (463) 
WENOT, R»L,,iAJ (BONNIE) 

106-A (463) 
WERNER, J, J,, MAJ 

REEF 221 
WfcRRBACH, D.R, 

CORAL 319 (1315) 
WEST, KENNETH 

PALM 306 (67V) 
WEsfOVER, 0,D, (ADtLE) 

489-B (2332) 
WETZEL R,P, LTC(CONSTANCE) 

206-B (1742) 



99203 
99407 
77455 
63614 
99487 
99389 
77312 
84543 



ARCON 


9965Q 




82667 


RCA/BTL 


81354 




82608 


SAFSEA 


77440 




84362 


GLOBAL 


82165 




84428 


tiLOBAL 


99444 




99320 


RCA 


99329 




99386 


RAYT 


77462 




84156 


MDAC 


77485 




84430 


GLOBAL 


83315 




84241 


GLOBAL 


81249 




62626 


BTL 


81242 




82407 


MM 


77498 




82441 


GLOBAL 


83353 




83731 


RAYT 


77536 




84189 


RCA 


99506 




99501 


KENTRON 


82132 




84550 


GLOBAL 


99369 




99149 


IBM/BTL 


77286 




82476 


RAYTHEON 


77264 




82359 


GLOBAL 


81010 




82571 


RAYT 


77*50 




82/85 


GLOBAL 


82107 




84631 


SAFSEA 


77520 




84635 


KMR 


63371 




82455 


MDAC 


81157 




82479 


SAFOPS 


81422 




82479 


SAFSEA 


81298 




64291 


KENTRON 


83210 




64331 


GLOBAL 


83395 




64239 


GLOBAL 


83337 




82ai9 


SAMTEC 


81379 




83565 



87 



AIL NUMBERS IN PARENTHESIS () ARE THE POST OFFICE BOX NUMBERS 



WHARTON, E, IER1KA) 



TR 822 
WHELAN, M,J 

REEF 1^6 
MHITEHOUSE, 

211-8 



Mil) 



(1207) 
F t E, (BETH) 
(1395) 
WHITESIDE, J,R, (PHYLLIS) 

TR 969 (839) 
WIEDEMEIER, 0, (SANDRA) 

419-6 (762) 
WILCOX, JOHN 



REEF 116 
WILKES, R,L. 
REEF 110 



(1652) 
(1671) 



WILLCOX, J.W t JR. (MARY) 

468-A (924) 
WILLIAMS, A.R, 

SPRINT 7A (58) 
WILLIAMS, AROMQRE 

REEF 330 (1473) 
WILLIAMS, D.B, 

CORAL 101 (1022) 
WILLIAMS, G*E, 

SHELL 316 (374) 
WILLIAMS, Q V R, 

SHELL 104 (723) 
WILLIAMS, H,E, 

SANDS 302 (956) 
WILLIAMS, J ( D» 

SPRJNT a 
WILLIAMS, J.H f 

GUQEEGUE (135) 
WILLIAMS, M,H, 

PALM 103 (1859) 
WILLIAMS, R.L, (LOU) 

494-8 (324) 
WILLS, A, 

SANDS 112 (1501) 
WILSON, 0,C,,MAJ (EILEEN) 

495-8 (302) 
WILSON, M,C, 



REEF 308 
W1NPES, J»R, 

TR 724 
WINFJELD, M, 

440 C 



(1335) 

(ELIZABETH) 
(2343) 

(MARGARET) 
(537) 



WINKIE, L.U,SSG (BONNIE) 

TR 860 (2092) 
WINTfcRBAUER, J, (JEAN) 

459-A (366) 
WINTERMUTE, J,G, 

SANDS 209 (829) 
WINTERSTJNE, J , L . ( LAVERNE.) 

TR 642 (513? 
WINTERSTJNE, LAVERNE, MRS 

TR 642 (513) 
MJSNlEHSKlt R.J, 

SANDS 307 (2307) 
WOFFORD, D t N, (JOYCE) 

TR 859 (1825) 
WOLCOTT, R,G f (GREG) 

TR 620 (2362) 
WOLFE, J, 

SPARTAN 214 
WOLFF, F t F, (BETTY) 

TR 575 (1494) 
WOLKCNMUTH, £ f F, (CINDY) 

TR 612 
W0H8LE* J 



SANDS 104 
WONG A,K,5, 

SANDS 304 
WOOD, J,R ( 

PALM 110 



1873) 
(1291) 



1392) 



GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

WiCO 

GLOBAL 

BTL 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 
KENTRON 

KTN/HTL 
RAYTHEON 
GLOBAL 
RCA 

GLOBAL 

weco C} 

KMR 

GLOBAL 

KMR 

KENTRON 

RCA 

WiCO 

SAFSEA 

BTL 

KENTRON 

MM 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

KENTRON 

RCA 

GLOBAL 

RCA 

wecoV 

GLOBAL 
KENTRON 
WiCO Q 



83318 

84922 

83502 

84220 

77235 

82411 

83406 

84669 

77218 

82368 

82107 

84244 

83447 

83336 

84640 

82849 

99174 

99383 

82141 

84147 

81123 

94246 

77315 

84177 

77462 

84129 

83451 

82807 

99309 

99669 

83358 

83497 

77268 

84200 

84111 

82178 

83552 

82291 

81419 

82337 

81569 

82549 

99595 

82679 

77357 

83584 

77520 

8456 

77589 

62812 

81311 

82286 

76248 

82663 

81127 

82663 

77220 

83396 

99120 

84559 

99296 

82690 

99324 

99636 

99593 

82682 

77281 

8431)2 

84143 

82890 

61569 

83616 

77470 

84205 



WOODS, B,0. (SHIRLEY) 
TR 607 (337) 

WOODS, T 4 U. CPT illl} 
TR 792 U43) 

WOOLEY, G,J t 

CORAL 120 (126) 
WORD, W f J, 

Sands 316 
works, g, (roberta) 

JR 661 12287) 
WRIGHT, A (FRANCES) 

TR 668 (306) 
WRIGHT, J,C, 

CORAL 103 (247) 
WUELFING, A, (STASIA) 

TR 797 (747) 
WYLfiE, G,fc» (LYNN) 

TR 565 (5?) 
WYLlE, U f (GENEVIEVE) 

TR 646 (2365) 
WYLlE, G, MRS, 

TR 646 (2365) 
WYTAS, R,E t 

APACHE 5 (8308) 



YAMADA, «,M, (SHIHLfcY) 

TR Bb* (2237) 
YAMADA, J, 

PtiFQ (616) 
YAP, A*T 4 

fcNNYLABEGAN 
YEFFA, K,E, (FUUUA) 

TR 721 (1554) 
YOSHIDA, T, 

SANDS 309 (347) 
YOUNG, B, 

P8FQ (1271) 
YOUNG, E, JOHN (BETTY) 

TR 852 (2213) 
YOUNG, GERALD 

CORAL 119 
YOUNG, H,C,,2LT 

REEF 218 (28) 
YOUNG, N 4 L, 

REEF 3Q7 (564) 
YOUNG, NELSQV 

CORAL 306 
YOUNG, W.C, (GLENNA) 

TR 998 (1663) 
YSTEBOE, J.H, (ELAINE) 

493-B (1672) 
*UfcN, L, 

COR At 103 t89^J 



ZANDER, K, 

SANDS 305 (749) 
ZAPP H, R, (ROBERTA 

TR 764 (58) 

ZAKNOCH, fc,J t (LILLIAN) 

2»7-A (662) 
ZESEH, R t i t 

fR 749 
ZESSOULfcS, N, (WILLY) 

TR 729 (1322) 
ZIPMAN, ARNOLD 

SPRINT 1 (997) 



z 



WECO O 

KMR 

SYLVANJA 

KFNTRON 

RAYTHEON 

BTL 

MZC 

WECO O 

IBM 

GLOBAL 
BOH 

SYL 



NWS 

GLOBAL 

KENTRON 

CDC 

NWS 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

GLOBAL 

CE 

KENTRON 

GLOBAL 

RCA/BTL 

WECO 

AMELCO 



77481 

82777 

84841 

82499 

99346 

84281 

83753 

82351 

99570 

82628 

61337 

83661 

83351 

82554 

81546 

62541 

77307 

62346 

83317 

82421 

82177 

82421 

99434 

99387 



8334? 
84581 
83353 
63493 
61368 

82043 
82653 
82136 
83723 
63555 
83493 
63307 
84552 
82107 
83689 
82156 
83217 
84321 
82699 
82173 

82480 
81354 
84698 
77455 
83627 
83530 
82554 



KENTRON 
HIT/LL 


84742 
83722 
99303 


RCA 
WECO^ 


82877 
99350 
82605 


ARCON 
RCA 


82511 
99646 

83403 
99579 
99530 



88 



CORAL BQ 



RM # 


TEL # 


10L - 


84246 


102 - 


84272 


103 - 


82554 


104 - 


82524 


105 - 


84355 


106 - 


82558 


107 - 


83397 


108 - 


84311 


109 - 


83782 


110 - 


84270 


111 - 


84222 


112 - 


84361 


113 - 


82375 


114 - 


82731 


115 - 


84115 


116 - 


84255 


117 - 


83709 


118 - 


83702 


119 - 


83689 


120 - 


84281 


121 - 


83736 


201 - 


82237 


202 - 


84268 


203 - 


82147 


204 - 


84313 


205 - 


83756 


206 - 


82500 


207 - 


64295 


208 - 


83707 


209 - 


82578 


210 - 


82321 


211 - 


82269 


212 - 


84280 


213 - 


83639 


214 - 


83575 


215 - 


82213 


216 - 


84288 


217 - 


82259 


218 - 


82572 


219 - 


82552 


220 - 


842G3 


221 - 


83655 


222 - 


83706 


301 - 


82590 


302 - 


84256 


303 - 


82579 


304 - 


82588 


305 - 


83427 


306 - 


82480 


307 - 


84117 


308 - 


82522 


309 - 


83592 


310 - 


82561 


311 - 


82562 


312 - 


82548 


313 - 


82326 


314 - 


82566 


315 - 


82750 


316 - 


83556 


317 - 


82533 


318 - 


82617 


319 - 


84331 


320 ~ 


83483 


321 - 


83405 


322 - 


82722 



SECTION 4 

BACHELOR QUARTERS 

ROOM NUMBERS & CORRESPONDING TELEPHONE NUMBERS 



PAI/4 BQ 


REEF BQ 


REEF BQ 


SANDS BQ 


RM # 


TEL # 


RM # 


TEL # 


RM 4* 




TEL # 


RM # 


TEL # 


101 - 


84128 


101 - 


84223 


301 


- 


84252 


101 


- 82461 


102 - 


84201 


102 - 


82665 


302 


- 


84336 


102 


- 82270 


103 - 


84200 


103 - 


83678 


303 


- 


84251 


103 


- 83636 


104 - 


84225 


104 - 


83697 


304 


- 


84304 


104 


- 82890 


105 - 


84226 


105 - 


82636 


305 


- 


84344 


105 


- 83795 


106 - 


84227 


106 - 


82123 


306 


- 


84328 


106 


- 82523 


107 - 


84206 


107 - 


84323 


307 


- 


82699 


107 


- 81828 


108 - 


84229 


108 - 


82371 


308 


- 


82549 


108 


- 82190 


109 - 


84230 


109 - 


82525 


309 


- 


83703 


109 


- 82752 


110 - 


84205 


110 - 


83336 


310 


— 


84725 


110 


- 84282 


111 - 


84204 


111 - 


83738 


311 


- 


84300 


111 


- 83716 


112 - 


84203 


112 - 


84812 


312 


- 


82642 


112 


- 82291 


113 - 


84202 


113 - 


82306 


313 


- 


84312 


113 


- 83665 




84135 


114 - 


83553 


314 


- 


83429 


114 


- 84181 


201 - 


115 - 


82604 


315 


- 


84309 


115 


- 82568 


202 - 


84231 


116 - 


84244 


316 


- 


84316 


116 


- 83467 


203 - 


84232 


117 - 


82626 


317 


- 


83580 


117 


- 8462 9 


204 - 


84216 


118 - 


82105 


318 


- 


83118 






205 - 


84228 


119 - 


83119 


319 


- 


81912 


201 


- 83610 


206 - 


84208 


120 - 


83633 


320 


- 


82666 


202 


- 83123 


207 - 


84209 


121 - 


83638 


321 


- 


84381 


203 


- 82587 


208 - 


84210 


122 - 


82619 


322 


— 


82473 


204 


- 82400 


209 - 


84211 


123 - 


84253 


323 


- 


84368 


205 


- 8226C 


210 - 


84236 


124 - 


82809 


324 


- 


84348 


206 


- 83783 


211 - 


84235 


125 - 


83751 


325 


- 


84318 


207 


- 82728 


212 - 


84234 


126 - 


84220 


326 


- 


82547 


208 


- 83700 


213 - 


84233 


127 - 


84245 


327 


- 


84391 


209 


- 82286 






128 - 


84221 


328 


- 


82796 


210 


- 83763 


301 - 


84384 


129 - 


84428 


329 


- 


84365 


211 


- 83664 


302 - 


84213 






330 


- 


84147 


212 


- 83797 


303 - 


84212 


201 - 


84277 








213 


- 82330 


304 - 


84237 


202 - 


84334 


SURF 


BQ 


214 


- 82418 


305 - 


84238 


203 - 


82600 








215 


- 82719 


306 - 


84239 


204 - 


82754 


101 


- 


83551 


216 


- 82378 


307 - 


82571 


205 - 


84257 


102 


— 


83794 


217 


- 84278 


308 - 


84240 


206 - 


84337 


103 


- 


83547 


218 


- 82257 


309 - 


84241 


207 - 


82429 


104 


— 


82597 






310 - 


82574 


208 - 


83654 


105 


- 


82311 


301 


- 82273 


311 - 


84215 


309 - 


83418 


106 


- 


82538 


302 


- 82807 


312 - 


84217 


210 - 


84314 


107 


- 


83711 


303 


- 82804 


313 - 


84214 


211 - 


84315 


108 


- 


83512 


304 


- 83616 






212 - 


82232 


1: 


- 




305 


- 83722 






213 - 


83227 


110 


- 


84307 


306 


- 82528 






214 - 


83524 


111 


— 


82309 


307 


- 83396 






215 - 


82556 


112 


— 




308 


- 84710 






216 - 


82708 








309 


- 83723 






217 - 


84266 


201 


— 




310 


- 83757 






218 - 


83217 


202 


— 




311 


- 84338 






219 - 


83218 


203 


— 


83228 


312 


- 84289 






220 - 


82300 


204 


„ 


83765 


313 


- 82305 






221 - 


84291 


205 


- 


82794 


314 


- 82551 






222 - 


83374 


206 


— 


82612 


315 


- 83742 






223 - 


84105 


207 


- 


83563 


316 


- 82351 






224 - 


82432 


208 


- 


82530 


317 


- 83788 






225 - 


82624 


209 


— 


82254 


318 


- 83748 






226 - 


84265 


210 


— 


83791 










227 - 


84362 


211 


— 


8254U 










228 - 


83766 


212 


- 


8,3647 




' 






229 - 


84110 


V.I. 


P 


♦ QUARTERS 










230 - 


84261 

33 


EBBTIDE LANAI 
ISLAND LANAI - 
SUNRISE LANAI - 
TRAILER 500 


Trlr. 
_J?rlr * 

Trlr. 


2785 -82835 

2759 -82735 

2784 -82830 

-82216 



SHELL BQ 


RM # 


TEL # 


101 


- 84137 


102 


- 84132 


103 


- 84126 


104 


- 84129 


105 


- 84155 


106 


- 84139 


107 


- 84109 


108 


- 84120 


109 


- 84134 


110 


- 84122 


111 


- 84170 


112 


- 84145 


113 


- 84149 


114 


- 84156 


115 


- 84185 


116 


- 84133 


117 


- 84127 


118 


- 84146 


119 


- 84102 


120 


- 84142 


201 


- 84136 


202 


- "4187 


203 


- 84j.31 


204 


- 84183 


205 


- 84191 


206 


- 84168 


207 


- 84162 


208 


- 84153 


209 


- 84189 


210 


- 84165 


211 


- 84193 


212 


- 84159 


213 


- 84172 


214 


- 84106 


215 


- 83720 


216 


- 82564 


217 


- 84138 


218 


- 82510 


219 


- 84124 


220 


- 84125 


221 


- 82509 


301 


- 84176 


302 


- 84184 


303 


- 84192 


304 


- 84107 


305 


- 84194 


306 


- 84178 


307 


- 84158 


308 


- 84152 


309 


- 84163 


310 


- 84175 


311 


- 84150 


312 


- 84199 


313 


- 84169 


314 


- 84186 


315 


- 84197 


316 


- 84177 


317 


- 84195 


318 


- 84173 


319 


- 84164 


320 


- 84180 


321 


- 84154 



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OCTOBER 



M 



W 



I 2 

e 9 

15 16 

22 23 

29 30 



3 4 

10 II 



5 
12 



17 18 19 
24 25 26 
31 



6 7 

13 14 

20 21 

27 26 



1972 

NOVEMBER 



M 



W 



5 6 7 

12 13 14 

19 20 21 

26 27 28 



t 2 

8 9 

15 16 

22 23 

29 30 



3 4 

10 II 

17 18 

24 25 



1973 



JANUARY 



S M 



T 



T 



a 



10 n 



6 



12 13 



14 15 16 17 18 19 20 

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 
28 29 30 31 



APRIL 



M 



T W T 



3 



4 



10 II 12 13 



14 



15 16 17 18 19 20 21 



£ 23 24 25 26 27 28 



29 30 



FEB RUARY 



T 



W 



45 6 7 8 9 10 

II 12 13 14 [5 16 17 

18 19 20 21 22 23 24 

25 26 27 28 



MAY 



M 



W 



8 9 10 II 



12 



13 14 15 16 



18 



20 21 22 23 24 25 26 



27 28 29 30 31 



JULY 



M 



T W T 



8 



10 II 12 13 14 



15 16 17 18 19 20 21 



22 23 24 25 26 27 28 



29 30 31 



AUG UST 



M 



W 



8 9 10 II 



12 13 14 15 16 17 18 



19 20 21 22 23 24 25 
26 27 28 29 30 31 



DECEMBER 



M 



W 



3 4 5 6 

10 II 12 13 

(7 18 19 20 

24 25 26 27 
31 



7 
14 
21 
28 



I 2 

8 9 

15 16 



22 23 



29 30 



MARCH 



M 



W 



5 6 7 8 



I 12 13 14 15 



2 3 



10 



16 17 



18 19 20 21 22 23 24 

25 2* 27 28 29 30 31 



JUNE 



M T W 



T 



6 



10 II 12 



8 



14 15 16 



17 18 19 20 21 22 23 



24 25 26 27 28 29 30 



SEPTEMBER 



M T W 



S 



8 



9 10 II 12 13 14 15 

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 
30 



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